Thursday, January 14, 2016

Otter Browser 0.9.09 Released. Ubuntu, Linux Mint.

Otter Browser is an open source project that allows users to browse the web using a familiar interface, heavily inspired by the classic UI used in the well known Opera web browser, which used the Presto engine.

Source Otter Homepage.

Otter Changelog.

  • added initial support for spell checking;
  • added support for selecting allowed and rejected domains for third-party cookies;
  • added support for customizing visible columns and their order in most of views;
  • added support for customizing text and icon of toolbar entries;
  • added support for adding arbitrary menus to toolbars;
  • some other fixes and minor improvements.
Otter provides users with a modern tabbed browsing experience, where new tabs are opened next to the active one. It is possible to delay loading of tabs until they are selected, as well as to reuse the current tab.

To install Otter Browser just run the following commands via your systems Terminal.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:otter-browser/release
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install otter-browser

That's all Enjoy!

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