Now Linux users can run Maxthon, too
Over the years, the Maxthon browser (formerly known as MyIE2 way back in the day) has spread its reach beyond Windows and into different platforms, including the Mac and three mobile OSes: Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. Wondering where the love for Linux is at? You don’t need to wonder anymore, because you can now download 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Maxthon for Linux.
The Linux version retains Maxthon’s popular features, such as Magic Fill (AES 256-level encrypted password and user account prompt), mouse gestures, easy tab management, ‘Restore Last’ button, extensions, and more.
“The addition of Linux takes our core value proposition – high performance, independent, multi-platform browsing – one step further,” said Karl Mattson, VP of Maxthon’s International Division. “Desktop computing is evolving beyond the one-OS-to-rule-them-all dynamic and as that develops, Maxthon will be right there offering high performance alternative web browsers on the platforms that matter.”
If you want to give it a spin, you can download Maxthon for Linux (as well as other platforms) from here.