It's not always easy making yourself heard on the internet, but the makers of a new browser claim it could make content publishing available to more users than ever before.
Qikfox recently launched a browser that’s meant to make content more easily discoverable. The browser costs $180 per year and is currently available on an invite-only basis in North America, but observers say it’s got significant potential.
“This browser can eliminate the need for domain names. Users can search for content without having to type domain names, thus eliminating the need to buy domain names,” Harish Srigiriraju, a product manager for Verizon cloud services, told Lifewire in an email interview.