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Buran is a simple Gemini protocol browser for Android.
- Utility for creating and managing client certificates
- Keystore generator and catalog
- Option to require password or biometric authentication
- Color palette interface for picking background and accent colors
- Option to render links as buttons
- Inline rendering of images
- Page navigation feature
- Update notifier
Statement about Ariane
I've seen some pretty cringe discussion in geminispace complaining about the decision by Öppen to close-source the Ariane browser, sometimes referencing this project as a more "stable" or "principled" project. Just to be 100% clear, I think that the license that Öppen used for Ariane 4 was actually much better than the one that Ariane 3 used, and I would have made the same decision if the EUPL was compatible with copyfarleft. Although I wish Ariane could continue to grow as an open-source project, I respect his decision to make Seren closed source. I only made this fork out of a legitimate desire to keep some fragment of this project public and an interest in learning Kotlin. Even though this fork exists, you should still consider buying a copy of Seren. He's definitely a better developer than me, and I don't want this project to be used as a rhetorical tool against him.
The font used in code blocks is JetBrains Mono, created by JetBrains.
The glyphs used throughout the project are from Material Icons, created by Google.