FavBrowser.com v3 Launched

By | April 6, 2011

Wow, it’s been a while…

Back in 2008, we’ve launched an updated version of FavBrowser which is pretty similar to what you are seeing now, err… I mean used to see.

Many years ago (2007 that is), only fanboys cared about the web browsers, no one reported their market share (*cough*, we started that) and it just wasn’t a cool thing to talk about.

Early days…

FavBrowser.com v3 Launched

Few months later… August, 2007

Logo concept which never made a cut.

FavBrowser v2 launch, January, 2008

FavBrowser.com v3 Launched

Update after Google Chrome release, 2009
Update after Google Chrome release, 2009

FavBrowser v2

Possible FavBrowser.com v3 concept (never released).

FavBrowser.com v3, April, 2011

Today, I am really excited to see the complete opposite. Browsers are cool again and I really believe that FavBrowser and its whole community were one of the main contributors to this never-ending popularity contest (whatever that means).

Well *cough*… I am happy to announce the launch of FavBrowsre v3 (took a while, didn’t it?)…

As you might have noticed, v3 has a new look to it (still needs more ads) (CTRL+F5 if it’s messed up).

However, there are few more changes:

Related posts are back!
You can now go back to the previous page
There is also a Facebook group for you to check out! Feel free to hit “Like” and join the community.

Furthermore, we have increased our editors count by a staggering 100%… From 1 to 2 that is :-)

Guess that’s pretty much it for now… We’ll still be tweaking it there and here, fixing tracker page (thanks for the tip), updating ask.favbrowser.com, FavBackup and maybe even launching a yet another project (browsers related, of course).

We would like to thank web browser makers for their hard work and contribution. We would like to thank YOU for the continuous support, criticism, tips and feedback. Keep up the good work!

That’s it for now…

Vygantas and Armin, signing out.

About (Author Profile)

Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded FavBrowser.com. Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.

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  1. Lola says:

    Cool :D

  2. Lola says:

    Cool :D

  3. Lola says:

    *Blocking the new ad’s with Opera* :x

  4. Pietro says:

    Very cool and clean!

  5. RecklessssS says:

    “Many years ago (2007 that is), only fanboys cared about the web browsers, no one reported their market share (*cough*, we started that) and it just wasn’t a cool thing to talk about.”

    Sorry to have to disappoint you, but lots of sites reported on browser market share in 2007…

  6. RamaSubbu_SK says:

    Cool, this is really nice!!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Finally Dude

  8. ruaman says:

    Loving this new look. Just one suggestion, it would be great to see how may comments were made on the right side of the “Continue” button.

  9. abecik says:

    wow..vygantas..what is the browser that you use..???opera right..how it can be so beauty n simplified??how am i supposed to make my favourite opera browser to become same like you?

  10. cenonfrancis says:

    I’m liking the new look a lot!

  11. Rudi Visser says:



    Anyway the v3 “concept” was better than this :-(