Torii. Elegant Web Browsing for Mac.
Torii is a new browser designed around an uncluttered side-tab interface. All you see in a Torii window is the browser contents, the name and a thumbnail preview of each tab, and four buttons. The address bar and other controls normally cluttering a browser window only appear when you need them.
Torii leverages the power of WebKit to provide a modern, standards compliant browser.
- Thumbnail Tabs
- Private Browsing
- Windows/Tabs restorable on launch
- Scroll left/right past the end of the page to go back/forward
- Address bar shortcuts. Type the below into the address bar for custom searches
- "g torii" to google "torii"
- "w torii" to go to the wikipedia page for "torii"
- "im torii" to google image search for "torii"
- "y torii" to search youtube for "torii"
Torii's address bar.
Scrolling to go back
The current release is an early beta version; it is not recommended for use as your primary browser, but as a demonstration of the interface. Below is an incomplete list of unfinished parts of the browser.
- Download Manager not yet implemented (downloads cannot be cancelled, will be downloaded to ~/Downloads)
- Address bar shortcuts not yet customizable
- No form completion
- Visited links not marked
- No Web Inspector/View Source
(Requires OS X Lion)
- 2011.01.19 — Added Google Maps, IMDB, and Duck Duck Go search shortcuts
- 2011.12.19 — Interface updates, can now drag tabs off a window to open a new window.
- 2011.12.14 — Update to fix drag & drop with images, speed improvements on finding text, and issues with scaling images.
- 2011.09.15 — Update to fix bug causing address bar to not appear
- 2011.09.15 — 1.0b5 uploaded