Dubbed "a web browser for awesome people," Epiphany 3.24 appears to have matured enough to integrate perfectly into the GNOME desktop, and it now comes with an all-new Bookmarks interface by implementing a star icon in the address bar for easy bookmarking of web pages, and an icon for viewing stored bookmarks. Epiphany 3.24 is also capable of handling sessions with dozens of tabs, lets users set a homepage (finally), makes the address bar visible at all times, improves the tracking protection by adding support for EasyList filters to the built-in adblocker, adds a new search engine manager, and implements a warning for non-secure password forms.
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