Epic Browser: Firefox-based Browser Specifically Created for Indian Users
Article by George Norman
On 20 Jul 2010
A new web browser has been released for the Indian computer user who likes to surf the web in speed and comfort. The new browser I am talking about is called Epic Browser and is the very first product rolled out by software development company Hidden Reflex (an Indian software development company).

There is much to like about this browser. The first thing you will like, especially if you are a Firefox fan, is that Epic Browser is based on the Mozilla-developed web browser. The fact that Epic Browser is based on Firefox will become immediately obvious when you go through the menus and options – they are the same.


Now the fact that Epic Browser is based on Firefox is a good thing. It means that it can browse the web as fast as Firefox can, and it means that it can download files off the web just as fast as Firefox can.

In the left hand side of the Epic Browser interface you will notice a sidebar, which is home to numerous and various add-ons and widgets. As Hidden Reflex explained, more than 1,500 applications are to be found in the sidebar. From the sidebar the user has easy access to Facebook, Orkut, Gmail, videos, news, and so much more.

From a security point of view Hidden Reflex’s Epic Browser is groundbreaking – the browser comes with built-in antivirus protection. Thanks to the built-in antivirus the user can manually scan his system free of charge; all downloads are scanned automatically. The antivirus protection is on top of the antiphishing protection and malicious website warnings you get with Firefox.

I mentioned above that Epic Browser has been specifically developed for the Indian computer user. What does the browser have to provide in this regard? Two things: extensive Indian languages support and an impressive collection of Indian themes and wallpapers.

If you would like to get Epic Browser, you can download it here.
Additional details about Epic Browser are available
Additional details about Hidden Reflex, the developer behind Epic Browser, are available

Tags: Epic Browser, Hidden Reflex, Mozilla, Firefox
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