Whilst work on the compatibility breaking branch is coming along nicely it seemed sensible to do another bug fix release. Thus Midori 0.5.10. So download Midori v0.5.10 now (1.2 MB) The source tarball is up. Windows is going to follow suit shortly, and others are still being refreshed, so be patient if the option of [...]
On The Cutting Edge
Midori is blazing fast, utilizing the latest web technologies and a small
but dexterous array of extensions provide all the essential features.
HTML 5 + CSS 3
Midori handles all the latest web technologies like HTML 5 and CSS3. Listen to music on Rdio, play a game of Angry Birds, and more.
The lightweight webkit rendering engine lends it the same supremacy in speed that has spurred the growth of Google Chrome.
Midori's source code is freely available for anyone to download and modify, leading to active development and a diverse feature set.
Small But Mighty
Midori may only be a little program, but it supports many of the most popular parts of the web, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Spotify and Rdio.
Certain sites, including YouTube and Spotify, will require Adobe Flash Player.
All About Privacy
Midori features built-in privacy tools, including script disabling, third-party cookie blocking, stripping referrer details and automatic history clearing after a set amount of time.
There's also an integrated adblocker and cookie manager installed (but not enabled) under the included extensions.
Seven months of sweat and tears… oh well, not quite so dramatic. In any event Midori 0.5.9 is out! We’re already scheming… I mean planning for the next cycle. We want to go WebKit2 and GTK+3 only now and do away with the fourfold compatibility setup. Anyone who finds this thrilling is more than welcome [...]
At OpenRheinRuhr 2014 we had a Midori booth again. Almost didn’t happen due to the strike of Deutsche Bahn which caused many people to miss the event. Fortunately my humble self made it. In addition to stickers, this time around we even had edible gummi paws! Amongst the most posed questions was process isolation, something [...]