Polarity is a browser built with personalization in mind with hundreds of different ways to customize from the user interface of the browser to the engine preferences to enhance performance.
Add your own flare.
Don't like preset themes? Modify as little or as much as you want down to the individual colors used in the browser controls. Polarity also supports image backgrounds, including GIFs.
Tweak your browsing experience.
Despite the rapid advancements made in web standards, Polarity does not leave people and websites behind like other browsers.
Polarity also offers an option to utilize the Trident engine for backwards compatibility with other websites.
Polarity is compatible with all NPAPI plugins such as Adobe PDF, Flash, Silverlight, Unity, and more.
Polarity is released in a rolling release fashion where weekly updates are made to ensure that the browser is up to date with the latest features and security updates.
Different Accounts for Different Tabs
Forget about installing a separate browser to run multiple accounts. With Parallel Sessions in Polarity, each tab is isolated each with its own cookies, web session, and cache to allow users to open multiple accounts in one browser.
Essential features for Power Users
Forget completely relying on the mouse. Polarity supports a whole host of keyboard shortcuts to make web browsing even more efficient. Commands along with tabs are mapped with keyboard shortcuts. With the updated alias manager, you can also map websites to specific key combinations.
Important browser functions can also be accessed by performing mouse commands by right clicking and dragging a pattern.
The Backspace Key Works
No, seriously. The backspace key works as intended and will take you to the previous page (not in editable fields). It's that simple.
WebRTC is a great standard that enables browser to browser communication as part of the HTML5 standard without the need for third party plugins. Despite it's usefulness, it can leave users IP addresses vulnerable to outside attacks. Polarity allows you to disable this feature along with others to create a browsing experience that is tailored to you,