Kiwi Browser goes open source for its second anniversary. The developer behind the project has fully open-sourced the web browser and all its features.
The first version of Kiwi Browser was released two years ago – in 2018. According to the XDA Developers the creator of Kiwi Browser said that “everything is released, including extensions code” with “no strings attached”. The browser is licensed under the BSD 3-Clause.
The code is available on GitHub. It is written in Java and C++. All dependencies are already included in the repository to help developers who face difficulties setting up the Chromium build system.
More information about Kiwi Browser.