Under its minimalist appearance, rekonq packs a full set of powerful features. Some of them are described below:
rekonq is designed with the aim of being a KDE browser. And it shows this.
It obeys your themes, fonts, window decoration, menu highlighting, and many personalization options you set for your desktop.
rekonq plays well with other applications in the KDE family. rekonq will always use your chosen default applications to handle file types. PDF files, for example will open in an embedded Okular kpart within rekonq itself. Media files will open in Dragon Player (or any other designated default application for that filetype).
Bookmarks, web shortcuts (more on these later), cookies and authentication information are shared with Konqueror. You will see the same set of bookmarks from either application and you can log onto a website in Konqueror and carry on seamlessly if you decide to switch to rekonq. Your passwords are stored securely in KWallet and can be used from either Konqueror or rekonq.
Your downloads can be optionally handled by KGet. Feeds from websites can be saved to Akregator (or Google Reader).