Applications using QtWebKit
- Arora [code.google.com]: an opensource web browser for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X
- Konqueror [konqueror.org]: an opensource web browser, part of KDE, when selecting to use kwebkitpart
- Rekonq [rekonq.sourceforge.net]: an opensource web browser with an integration with KDE
- Yberbrowser [gitorious.org]: a web browser for devices with touch screen
- Light [gitorious.org]: a basic browser for mobile devices
- Orange Mobile Browser [github.com]: An experimental web browser built with Qt 4.7 + QML and running, for now, on N900. Symbian will be the next target build.
- RaskBrowser [gitorious.org]: Rask is a lightweight web browser designed for mobile devices with touchscreen support. It’s based on QtWebkit and QML.
- Google Earth [earth.google.com]: the planet explorer of Google uses WebKit to show web content directly in the application
- Spotify for Linux [spotify.com]: on-line music service, links against, among other qt libs, QtWebKit.
- grr [maemo.org]: A Qt application for accessing Google Reader on the N900
- Crochik Macuco [maemo.org]: Maemo Web Browser for iPhone-optimized websites
- qreddit [maemo.org]: A lightweight reader application for reddit.com
- Qt WRT [labs.trolltech.com]: the runtime for mobile web applications is based on QtWebKit.
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