Frankly speaking, Mozilla Firefox stuck and hang up sometimes but apart from this i have some other reasons to try new internet browsers (sometimes i need to login under multiple Facebook, Twitter and Google accounts for which i need different browsers)!

Today, I actually made up my mind to take a break and change the browser, I would want to work on. While searching for the cool browser I came across many of them that actually can make good choice. Somehow, I planned to list down the best alternative web browsers for the Linux users.

So, if you’re the Linux user who has delayed the shifting from one browser to another and searching for smart alternatives to Firefox then I guess the article would make your task easier by enabling you to make your choice in less time.

Here are best free Linux alternative browsers that you may find useful and worth trying out. Certainly, there are many other options too, I have complied those browsers that I felt happy to check out and thought deserve to be included in the list. Scroll down to check out alternative browsers for Linux.

1 ) Midori

Midori is a lightweight web browser that comes fully integrated with GTK+ 2. Using the WebKit engine, this web browser enables speedier access of web pages. Enabling flexible configurable web search, the Midori web browser with customizable and extensible interface is one ideal pick for Linux users.

2) Amaya

The name itself is so cool! Anyways, coming to the point Amaya is a web browser that’s the web editor, that helps create and update documents directly on the Web. Amaya comes with browsing, editing and remote access features that will certainly persuade you to download it the very first time you check it out. Web developers/designers will like it for its editing feature.

3) Opera

Opera is yet another well known browser for Mac, PC and Linux that is being used by great number of users. Speed dial, mouse gesture, panel splitting and cool add-ons are the cool features that have lead to the success and popularity of the Opera browser.

4) SwiftFox

Swiftfox is an optimized build of Mozilla Firefox lunched specifically for the users who want Firefox to run faster than the current speed then Swiftfox is the ideal pick. Built for AMD and Intel processors, the Swiftfox is based on the most advanced Firefox source code available. New Linux users after making up their mind could after carefully following the steps could go ahead and download.

5) SeaMonkey

The SeaMonkey browser as the part of SeaMonkey Internet Suite, comes with up-to-date browser, email and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and web development tools to make the surfing easy. It enables you to access the range of options available in the menu bar that too speedily and easily. On the whole, SeaMonkey is an all-in-one email and browser package.