Privacy Browser 2.9 has been released. The major change is that the write storage permission has been added as was previously announced in the roadmap. This allows downloads to be stored in the public download directory, and will also allow for a number of other planned features, like the import and export of settings. It […]
Privacy Browser 2.8.1 has been released. This is a bug fix release to work around a problem in recent versions of WebView that made it so that cookies were not consistently flushed to permanent storage. This broke functionality for users who needed to permanently save cookies to make certain websites work as desired.
I receive questions about WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) frequently enough that I thought it would be worthwhile to write a post about it. First, a little bit of background about WebRTC for those who might not be familiar with it. It is a web standard for enabling video and audio chat in the browser. WebRTC […]
It isn’t my intention to publish an update to the roadmap every February. Rather, it just so happens that the project has crossed a major milestone and it is appropriate to update everyone on what to expect next. And it also just so happens that it is February again. With the release of Privacy Browser […]
Backdoors During 2017, Stoutner received 0 requests from governments or organizations to insert backdoors into Privacy Browser. During 2017, Stoutner inserted 0 backdoors into Privacy Browser. Privacy During 2017, Stoutner received 0 requests from governments or organizations to weaken the privacy of Privacy Browser. During 2017, Stoutner has made 0 changes to weaken the privacy […]
Privacy Browser 2.7.2 has been released. The impetus for this release is a fix for a problem that prevented 2.7 and 2.7.1 from being built on F-Droid. Slightly before the release of 2.7, Android Studio was upgraded from 2.x to 3.0. This upgrade changed the way the Gradle build system plugins integrate with Android Studio. […]
Privacy Browser 2.7.1 has been released. It fixes a crash in version 2.7 when editing a bookmark in the new bookmarks drawer. This crash was introduced late in the development cycle after I had finished testing this feature. It was kindly pointed out by a user shortly after 2.7 was released.
Privacy Browser 2.7 has been released. The bookmarks are now accessible from a DrawerLayout on the right of the screen: Tapping on a bookmark will load it. Long-pressing on a bookmark will open an edit dialog. As can be seen from the screenshot, there is now a create folder floating action button above the create […]