Midori is a lightweight open source webkit based web browser with GTK+ interface for Linux and windows. It comes with built-in Adblocker, cookie manager, Spell Checker, script disabling, third-party cookie blocking, stripping referrer details and automatic history clearing after a set amount of time.
Install Midori web browser on Ubuntu
You can install the latest version of Midori browser on Ubuntu, by using the official Midori PPA. Open your terminal app by searching terminal in ubuntu dash. Type the below command in terminal and hit enter key.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:midori/ppa
Then type your ubuntu password. And hit enter key confirm the Midori PPA installation.Then type the below command in terminal and hit enter.
sudo apt-get update
Then run the below command in terminal to install Midori browser on ubuntu.
sudo apt-get install midori
Type Y and hit enter to confirm the installation. After the successful installation of Midori web browser restart your pc. Type the below command in terminal app to start Midori browser.
You can also open it from Ubuntu Dash home from unity launcher. Just type midori in the search field. Then click midori to open it.