is a lightweight, fast, free &
open-source web browser
Midori is a web browser that was born on December 16, 2007 under the leadership of Christian Dywan with the purpose of being an alternative, light, fast, free and open source browser. Developed using WebKit, GTK and rewritten in Vala. For Midori privacy has been a very important point since its birth for this reason we use DuckDuckGo to ensure better privacy towards users.
In 2019, the Midori Browser project merged with the Astian Foundation to take development to new horizons, always respecting the pillars of the project.
We have developed a totally anonymous and secure private navigation, bacause anonimity is one our objectives more important.
The ease of use for any type of user is crucial and important to make navigating a simple task. We are the alternative for you!.
Webkit is the web engine that is free, fast, open source and compatible with many web standards, innovative with great community
We promote the use and development of free and open source WebApps we have tools to make life easier for developers. Join Up!!!
You can participate as a tester trying, searching and reporting incidents in the code repository gitlab
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Midori in detail
We work daily to make Midori a super fast browser. and soon more features that improve the speed will be available.
Optimized for mobile
in the new plan of Midori there are also the Android and IOS mobile devices, and we think of them to bring the best technology to these operating systems.
Midori offers a minimalist, clean, simple design that allows the user to learn and find everything in a quick and easy way.
Midori is lightweight but does not lose power or flexibility, soon will have a system of extensions, without losing its north, the lightness and privacy of users.
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Midori Browser is a browser multiplatform lightweight, fast and free
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Bogotá Colombia CL 84 NO. 28 B 95 BL 4 AP 202