Exciting new web browser for Raspberry Pi via raspberrypi.org:
One of the goals we’ve been working towards with our friends at Collabora over the last few months is the provision of an up-to-date, HTML5-capable web browser for the Pi. In particular, we aim to support:
- A good multi-tab experience
- ARMv6-optimized 2d rendering
- Accelerated image and HTML5 video decoding
The plan is to provide a port of the confusingly-named Web web browser (formerly Epiphany) in future Raspbian releases. Now, just in time for Christmas, we have a very early beta for you to play with.
Read more here and try it out for yourself!
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