What is Liri?
Liri is an open-source, cross-platform and material-design web browser.
Liri is proudly powered by QML-Material, a QML framework developed by Papyros, based on Google's Material Design. The User Interface is aimed to be as minimal and meaningful as possible.
Liri relies on QtWebEngine, the brand new Qt web renderer based on Chromium, the most powerful and fastest web engine in the world, which supports the latest web standards.
Liri's code is public, even this website's. Everyone is welcome to contribute and make Liri better. We use the awesome platform GitHub, which helps you to follow our progress and contribute (code, bug-reports, translations).
Whether you're running Linux, OSX or Windows, you'll be able to compile and run Liri. We'll do as much as we can to provide up-to-date builds for every platform.
There are other things that make Liri even more awesome. One of them is theme-color support. Every web-developer can choose a color and Liri will match it.
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Another good thing: our SourceCodeViewer. Aren't you tired of reading these condensed code sources? Liri colors and arranges them to make them readable.
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- LicensingOpen Source and Free product.
- RatingAverage rating of 2
- Alternatives176 alternatives listed
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Said about Liri as an alternative
Liri is another Chromium-based browser, in which case you might consider it to be a Vivaldi alternative; both are compatible with extensions for Chrome. But in a space occupied by Chromium, Chrome, Vivaldi, Opera, Iridium, Brave and others... what is Liri for? I don't get it.