Interesting news that
on Engadget published a while ago: Maxthon announced the development of a Linux version of your web browser , which is also called Maxthon.
Maxthon is more than a web browser to use virtually an entire Internet similar to the classic Opera, with many additional features which we expect in any application in its class. On their website you will find a detailed list of them (under the blue download box, where it says “more features”),
But perhaps most striking is that the Trident began using Internet Explorer as web engine, then jumped to WebKit and for a time used both until the release of its version 4, renamed Maxthon Browser Cloud, was left with … guess what?
Maxthon Classic still exists for those who only need the basics, but we assume that the Linux version will reach the main Cloud Maxthon Browser , currently available for Windows, Android, Mac OS X and iOS.
It is not known how soon appear, and how it will (just to Ubuntu?) because proprietary software is . In the thread Maxthon community where they give the ad ask users their opinions on various assumptions, including the distribution using … In other words, it’s time for users of distributions minority who are interested arming some commotion so that the installer does not run on. “deb for Ubuntu 12.04 +”.
GNU / Linux have the best web browsers on the market, it is true, but it never hurts to have alternative level, and since Opera is taking it with a calm that borders on contempt … there a vacancy on the podium Linux user web browsers (if you count Chrome / Chromium as one).