Nyxt is like a breath of fresh air in the web browser market. It’s genuinely different to Chrome and Firefox in so many respects, it’s got some really useful features for advanced users, a beautifully clean interface, and caters for the Emacs and vi crowd.
We obviously won’t recommend running a pre-release of Nyxt on a production system. The software has too many bugs. But we really hope that Nyxt can become a genuine competitor and that we use it as our default web browser in the future.
The next pre-release version has some intriguing features planned including an integrated password manager, a built-in editor, as well as per tab isolation.
Nyxt is cross-platform software running on Linux and Mac OS X.