May 13, 2021

Neutron 17.2.0

Improved Badge Count Support

We’ve added official badge count support for many popular services, including Discord, Gmail, Messenger and more.

We’ve also opened up the badge count API so everyone can write custom scripts to support their favorite apps. You can also contribute your scripts to the open-source code of WebCatalog.

May 8, 2021

WebCatalog 32.0.0

Account System

To prepare for future changes, we introduce a new account system. You can now create a WebCatalog account using your email, Google account or Apple ID. It doesn’t do much at the moment but we’re rolling out it now to make sure everything is ready for upcoming updates.

May 1, 2021

WebCatalog 31.4.0

Layout Redesign

We’ve redesigned the layout of the WebCatalog app to make it easier to use.

EV Code Signing

On Windows, WebCatalog is now code-signed with an EV code signing certificate. It means Windows Defender SmartScreen will no longer display a warning when you open the app’s setup file.

April 26, 2021

WebCatalog 31.3.0 & Neutron 16.9.1

Default Calendar App

You can now set any spaces or the Google Calendar app as default calendar app.

March 31, 2021

WebCatalog 31.1.0


To make it easier for new users, we have renamed Singlesite Apps to simply Apps and Multisite Apps to Spaces.

March 22, 2021

WebCatalog 31.0.0

Focus on WebCatalog Engine

To avoid confusing users and also to prepare for upcoming major updates, we’ve decided to focus our effort on improving WebCatalog Engine, our Electron-based app engine and move the feature to create Chromium-based, Firefox-based and WebKit-based apps to a new free product called Chromeless app.

With this change, WebCatalog will no longer let you create apps powered by alternative (non-Electron/non-WebCatalog-Engine) browser engines, which includes:

  • Brave
  • Chromium
  • Cốc Cốc
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Chrome Canary
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Opera
  • Vivaldi
  • WebKit
  • Yandex Browser

If you’ve created apps using the mentioned engines, the apps will continue to work indefinitely but won’t receive further improvements. If you’d like to create new ones, please use the new Chromeless app.

March 12, 2021

WebCatalog 30.1.0 & WebCatalog Engine 16.0.0

Electron 12

We’ve upgraded WebCatalog & WebCatalog Engine to Electron 12. It includes upgrades to Chromium 89 and V8 8.9.


You can now select File > Print… or press ⌘+P (or Ctrl+P) to print the current web page.

Share Menu

On macOS, you can now select File > Share or click on the share button on the sidebar (or navigation bar) to share the current web page’s URL.

February 18, 2021

WebCatalog 29.0.0 & WebKit Wrapper 2.0.0

WebKit Improvements

On macOS, WebKit-powered apps now:

  • support zooming in/out (from menu bar or with keyboard shortcuts).
  • support toggling full screen mode with keyboard shortcut.
  • can handle HTTP/HTTPS protocols and be set as default browser.

December 24, 2020

WebCatalog Engine 13.1.0

We’ve added many features to make the sidebar in apps powered by WebCatalog Engine even more useful, including expanded sidebar option, workspace colors and more.

December 18, 2020

WebCatalog 27.3.0

Apple Silicon Support

WebCatalog now runs natively on Mac devices with Apple chips. If you have a Macbook with Apple M1 chip, go to our home page to download Apple Silicon version of WebCatalog.

December 16, 2020

WebCatalog Engine 13.0.0

Electron 11

We’ve upgraded WebCatalog Engine to Electron 11. It includes upgrades to Chromium 87 and V8 8.7.

December 10, 2020

WebCatalog 27.0.0


macOS users can now use WebKit - the same browser engine that powers Safari to power your apps. WebKit engine does not offer as many features as WebCatalog Engine does but it is optimized to save memory and battery life. Categories

On Linux, apps installed through WebCatalog are now categorized correctly in system app menu based on specifications.

November 24, 2020

WebCatalog Engine 12.5.0

Tray Icon

You can now set the option to put your apps on tray (or menu bar, depending on platform).

Running in Background

You can now set the option to keep the app running in background on Windows & Linux.

November 22, 2020

WebCatalog Engine 12.2.0

Improved Google Integration

Google apps, including Gmail, Google Calendar and more, will now automatically use your Google account’s profile picture, name & email as workspace avatar & name.

November 14, 2020

WebCatalog 26.0.0 & WebCatalog Engine 12.0.0

macOS Big Sur Compatibility

We have made changes across WebCatalog to ensure the app is compatible with the new macOS Big Sur (Intel-based).

Faster Installations & Updates

We have fixed and improved how WebCatalog handles installations and updates. It is now much faster to install new updates for your apps.

November 4, 2020

WebCatalog Engine 11.3.0

Drag & Drop URLs

You can now drag & drop a URL on the address bar to open the link in the current workspace or drop it on any workspace selector on the sidebar to open the link in another workspace.

October 28, 2020

WebCatalog Engine 11.2.0

Branded Multisite Apps

We introduce branded multisite apps (including the new Google app & Microsoft app) - apps that let you run and organize multiple web apps from the same company/brand in a single place.

App Lock

You can now lock/unlock your apps with password or Touch ID to prevent unauthorized access.

October 24, 2020

WebCatalog Engine 11.0.0

Electron 10

We’ve upgraded WebCatalog Engine to Electron 10. It includes upgrades to Chromium 85 and V8 8.5.

October 14, 2020

WebCatalog 25.5.0

Code Signing on Windows

The app is now digitally signed on Windows which ensures the app has not been tampered by third-party and minimizes security warnings and installation failures.

October 10, 2020

WebCatalog 25.4.0

App Details

You can now check descriptions, websites and sharing URLs of any apps on WebCatalog.

October 7, 2020

WebCatalog 25.3.0

New Branding

To better represent WebCatalog as a company, we introduce a brand new logo.

October 5, 2020

WebCatalog 25.2.0

Improved App Discovery Experience

You can now filter apps in our catalog by type (standard/multisite) or by category; and sort apps by date added.