Epiphany has had some positive changes over the years of GNOME 3's development. It may not be as feature-rich as you would think, but It's definitely up there with the major browsers (Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Opera).
Unlike most browsers, Epiphany comes with build-in ad-blocking software by default, and trust me, it works
You can also easily "pin" websites to your app drawer in GNOME by installing the shortcuts as web applications.
Since GNOME 3.26 Epiphany has included Firefox Sync so you can sync anything from your Firefox account to Epiphany!
However, Epiphany does also come with its fair share of bugs too (at lest with version 3.26), like a scarce DNS error when trying to accept group submissions or submit comments (a retry will fix that however).
Your best bet for trying Epiphany is to install Fedora Linux.