Even though Firefox is the default browser on the desktop version of Ubuntu, there's another option included in System->Default Applications.
Enabling this option brings up "Ubuntu Web Browser" with no titlebar menu and only a number of options in a small menu.
However, there's no information about what this browser is, what web engine it's based on, or even who built it (obviously we can presume it's Canonical, but then, why not say that somewhere?). There's no "About" in the menu, either.
The process appears to be called
webbbrowser-app --help yields some command-line options, but still no actual information.
$ webbrowser-app --help Usage: webbrowser-app [-h|--help] [--fullscreen] [--maximized] [--inspector] [--app-id=APP_ID] [--new-session] [URL] Options: -h, --help display this help message and exit --fullscreen display full screen --maximized opens the application maximized --inspector[=PORT] run a remote inspector on a specified port or 9221 as the default port --app-id=APP_ID run the application with a specific APP_ID --new-session do not restore open tabs from the last session
And there's no man page either:
$ man webbrowser-app No manual entry for webbrowser-app See 'man 7 undocumented' for help when manual pages are not available.
Where is the information on this software?