I've been using it as my main brower for about 6 months now, it really is rather good. Much snappier than Firefox or Opera, which I used to use on Linux, and integrates far better with KDE than either of those or Chromium.
Other than a few crashes with loads of tabs open (which I'm told are fixed in the next version of QtWebkit), I've had no problems with it - I'd certainly recommend it to others as a decent browser.
I used QupZilla quite some time. Nice browser, has all features I need - and it is fast, faster than rekonq. And in contrast to rekonq it gets even faster when you turn adblock on!
I like the address completion, webshortcuts, speed dial (love that!)
But at some point I stopped using it and switched to chromium: QtWebKit from Qt4 crashed - a - lot! Fixed in 2.3/Qt5 - but still no completely working gentoo ebuilds.
But more important: Security! If you have to wait months to get an update for Qt that hopefully fixes recent vulnerabilities that's just bad!
Here is another QtWebkit-based web browser: SlimBoat from http://www.slimboat.com . I've tried both of them. But I personally prefer SlimBoat since I really like its powerful automatic form filling capabilility. Slimboat is currently built on QT 4.8.4, though.
Originally Posted by phoronix
Phoronix: QupZilla: A Web-Browser That Supports Qt5
QupZilla is a not often spoke of web-browser that is written in Qt and supports Qt5 while using the WebKit rendering engine...