Midori is a browser that has a user interface implemented using GTK+ library functions and the WebKit engine, which is used to display Web pages.
- Full integration with GTK+ 2, GTK+ 3 is supported but is still in beta testing;
- WebKit provides high speed processing of web pages;
- ability to manage sessions, tabs and windows;
- support for Netscape extensions;
- user-configurable web search
- support for scripts and user styles;
- easy bookmarking;
- an interface that can be expanded and customized;
- AdBlock available as part of the application;
- programmers can use one of three languages to write extensions - Vala, Lua or C.
- variable text and picture enlargement;
- icons can be added and removed while working with the toolbar in graphical mode;
- plugin panel is added;
- possibility to shift sidebar to the right;
- IDN support is implemented;
- mouse gestures are added;
- if your mobile device has Maemo installed, Midori can be integrated with it;
- words are now searched while typing;
- extensions can be enabled/disabled without having to restart;
- Speed Dial;
- newsfeed panel added.