|Category:||Browsers and Plugins|
In addition to the simplistic style, Midori has a few cool features worthwhile noting. The Quickness Dial site launcher display and the default Duck Duck Go search engine, to name a few. Addititionally there is an RSS icon in the address bar, for whenever your chosen feeds can be found. By default, your tabs from your previous session are reopened when you next use Midori, and the app does indeed feature some helpful built-in level of privacy tools, including script disabling, and third-party cookie blocking. In addition, it has an included ad-blocker and cookie manager installed with the included extensions.
So far as speed goes, Midori is really, a significant fast browser, using the latest web technologies and a little, yet agile selection of extensions, which provide almost all of the features that you’ll require in a simple browser.
Navigating the app is child’s play, and it will not take you long to find all the features; bookmarks, history and download management, private surfing etc. The sole downsides we’re able to see were with the Transfer Bookmarks tool. This won’t identify and use your other web browsers’ data, it imports from an XBEL or HTML file only.The extension support is, similarly, very limited as well. If you’re looking for intensive preferences or options to tweak around with, then this is not the browser you are interested in.
Overall, if you are a power user, then keep clear. If, however, you will need bare bone web surfing, Midori offers you a light-weight, trimmed browser that is fast and simple to use.