I2P Browser is on hiatus for the next six months. I2P Browser was originally a 6 month project, which we have brought as far as we can without reevaluating the resources required to take it further. The project roadmap goals for the next 6 months will focus on modernizing the applications that were highlighted in the I2P Browser once the router was bundled. Browser development will potentially resume mid year. This page will be left up for informational purposes.
Thank you to everyone who tested the Beta releases - it is obvious that there is a need for this product. We encourage everyone to continue with feedback for the I2P Browser.You may want to consider one of the following alternatives:
- I2P Firefox Profile for Windows: If you are using Windows, the recommended way of accessing I2P is using the Firefox profile.
- I2P in Private Browsing Mode for Firefox: This cross-platform webextension configures an isolated contextual identity for using I2P and for each I2P application. It was designed to work with or without I2P Browser.
Old versions of I2P Browser are still available from the link below: