A curious series of accidental events.
The official source repository is located at https://github.com/textbrowser.
- Authenticated encryption.
- Content blocking.
- FreeBSD, Linux, Mac, OS/2, Windows support.
- FTP browser.
- File manager.
- Generate PDF files via a terminal.
- Gopher browser.
- Preferred SSL/TLS ciphers.
- Private browsing.
- Qt 4.7.x, 4.8.x, and 5.x support.
- Raspberry Pi.
- Session restoration.
- Simple bookmark system.
- Temporary sessions.
Not sure weather its me or Dooble, so I go 50/50 I love the browser But don't seem to find my way round on it. Sham as I love Dooble web browser.
Solid, quick and without so many extra features that in a computer a bit slower will just make evrything run slower. What Dooble does, it does well. Very very very well done guys!!
No other browser has more security features to protect your privacy than Dooble Web Browser. Thanks for this open source tool.
very, very, nice
A nice browser with many potential The first time I know about Dooble is from PC-BSD forum when someone posting about it. My first impressions about this browser are: 1. Little bit restrictive As a browser with focus on security and privacy Dooble put some restriction which diminish comfort. When user start the browser for the first time, a message which tell about passphrase appear without shortcut to go to the menu directly which is mentioned by the message. The minimal character required for passphrase also too long (16 character). 2. Little bit complicated The interface of Dooble is little bit complicated. It contains 10 menu bar which too much compared to Firefox with only 7 menu bar. And some menu only have one or few options. The placement of "settings" option which usually inside "edit" or "tool" menu is inside "window" menu in Dooble which is not common. When user open "settings" menu he will face big new window which is not really simple for small screen user. 3. Lack of customization As a qt based browser, Dooble should give more options for user to customize his browser. Compared to mozilla which allow user to arrange the placement of toolbar Dooble doesn't provide this feature. Qupzilla is a good sample of customable browser. 4. Lack of addons As a relatively new browser, Dooble lack of addons which are very common in Firefox or Chrome. It may be easier to solved if Dooble developers want to add feature to allow Firefox or Chrome addon to be used by user. 5. Doesn't supported by many website When I am browsing using Dooble, some website doesn't opened correctly. Google main page is really different from other browser. One of website which currently aren't supported by Dooble is trello.com. Whatbrowser.org also misidentified Dooble as Safari.