Lunascape is the world's first and only triple engine browser. It has been downloaded over 15 million times and it's available globally in 11 languages. Try it yourself the new kind of speed and versatility.
Browsers are not made equal...but you can have it ALL with Lunascape
You spend many hours of your day doing something on the Internet, but may not have thought about what a browser can do and which browser is right for you. That’s ok, you are not the only one. In fact, many people use a browser that came pre-installed with the computer, just because it’s there or thinking it’s all the same.
In reality, however, each browser is different in its own way. At Lunascape, we take a different approach. Rather than competing with each one of them, we combine the best of all browsers.
Lunascape is the world’s only triple engine browser. What this means is that you can have the best features, performance, and speed of, Windows Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari all in one browser and can view any website in an optimal way without a need to open another browser.
Yeah, that’s right. Lunascape = IE (Trident)＋Firefox (Gecko)＋Chrome・Safari (Webkit)
On top of that, our proprietary technology achieves one of the fastest browsing speed and provides you with full of features and customizable options. It is light, snappy, and fun.
Lunascape has been downloaded over 10 million times in our home base Japan, and we are rapidly growing users all over the world since the launch of multilingual versions.
No more oh-so-slow moment. No more messed-up page display. No more juggling multiple browsers. Your internet experience is a lot better with Lunascape. Experience it yourself, the whole new speed and versatility.
Official site (Jap)
I've just found about it. Have anyone tried it? I'm downloading it by now.
It can be installed in a "portable" mode, which is good. If either WebKit or Gecko are selected, those will be downloaded and installed during installation. If once installed you decide to use one of those engines you didn't install, you'll be asked to download and install them.
It seems there's some support for Firefox plugins, although proper support is planned for future versions. There's currently a beta of Lunascape 6 that might have that support...
Still testing... so far I still prefer the Namoroka's Firefox builds I'm using.