Midori (Japanese for green) is a web browser that aims to be lightweight and fast. Midori is based on WebKit, the same layout rendering engine used by Safari, Mac's default web browser. It offers standard features such as a tabbed interface, support for bookmarks, browsing history and a customizable built-in search engine. It's also fast, and doesn't require installation – you can even run it from a USB key.
- Full integration with GTK+ 2; Experimental and disabled by default GTK+3 support in 0.4.1 release
- Fast rendering with WebKit
- Tabs, windows and session management
- Flexibly configurable web search
- User scripts and user styles support
- Straightforward bookmark management
- Customizable and extensible interface
- Extension modules can be written in C and Vala
- Supports HTML5 on Youtube
- Form history, mouse gestures and cookie management.