3B also has a 'village' feature, where users can place photos or web pages in their own 3D world.
3B contains three different views. The 3B view shows the web in 3D, the map view shows the layout of a city or store. From this point, you can choose a particular web site and 'take a taxi' to it. When you click on a web site within the 3B view, you are switched to Web view in a conventional web browser - a re badged version of Firefox.
It is not a true web browser, as the program requires online registration with an email address - as such it is more of an online service with a dedicated client. In contrast, most web browsers are standalone programs not requiring an internet connection to use, or registration with any online body.