A new browser launched last week. Named, this isn’t a Web browser for the regular Internet-surfing user, but a tool specifically built for Web developers and Web designers.
Currently available only for Windows, the browser is quite minimal as far as its features are concerned, being in its early stages of life.
Nevertheless, the browser has some cool new features already included in the current release, and more ones announced for upcoming versions.
Our colleague Vlad Constantinescu has alreadyfor our Windows Software section, and you can read his review and take a look at the screenshots to get an idea of what you’ll be receiving.
We’re not going to rehash all the browser’s features since this is only a blog post to spread the word, but we’re going to highlight the presence of a cool mobile device emulator, never before seen in such a format in any other browser, not even Chrome.
Yes, we know you can emulate devices via Chrome Device Mode, but Blisk has a more appealing interface you can play around with, including some snazzy mobile device previews.
And since we’ve mentioned Chrome, as with most browsers released these days, Blisk is based on Chromium, the open-source browser core on which other projects like Google Chrome, Opera, Brave, and Vivaldi were also built.
Since most of the browser’s settings are marked with “soon,” we’ll be following up with a full review when the browser reaches the stable 1.0 release.