2022 viewer release summaries week #6

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Updates from the week ending Sunday, February 13th, 2022

This summary is generally published every Monday, and is a list of SL viewer / client releases (official and TPV) made during the previous week. When reading it, please note:

  • It is based on my Current Viewer Releases Page, a list of all Second Life viewers and clients that are in popular use (and of which I am aware), and which are recognised as adhering to the TPV Policy. This page includes comprehensive links to download pages, blog notes, release notes, etc., as well as links to any / all reviews of specific viewers / clients made within this blog.
  • By its nature, this summary presented here will always be in arrears, please refer to the Current Viewer Release Page for more up-to-date information.
  • Note that for purposes of length, TPV test viewers, preview / beta viewers / nightly builds are generally not recorded in these summaries.

Official LL Viewers

  • Release viewer: Mac Voice hotfix viewer, dated January 13 – no change.
  • Release channel cohorts:
    • No updates.
  • Project viewers:
    • No updates.

LL Viewer Resources

Third-party Viewers


  • No updates.


  • Cool VL updated to version (Stable), February 12 – release notes.

Mobile / Other Clients

  • No updates.

Additional TPV Resources

Related Links

6 thoughts on “2022 viewer release summaries week #6

  1. Excuse me, dumb question coming up: Is Singularity dead? Didn’t get an update in a looooong time. :/


    1. Simgularity’s release version has not updated, but they produce “nightly” builds with more recently features and capabilities. I don’t track “nightly” / “test” style builds because it can get a little too involved.


      1. Their last Nightly was 8419, Feb 14 2021, so exactly one year old by now. 😐
        Usually I get updated automagically via the Arch User Repo, but as I mentioned, nothing happening on Singu’s side. 😦


  2. Hi, Inara. I would like to suggest you keeping an eye on SpeedLight (www.speedlight.io), as it is currently going under some major remodeling and adding a new Unity 3D viewer that should be released soon. As it is web-based, it can be used fairly decently on mobile devices (it offers apps for them as well).


    1. I do keep a watch on Speedlight and have reported on it is the past. I do, however, find it doesn’t run as smoothly as it once did on my Android devices (both pretty good systems with a min of 4 Gb RAM, decent CPU / GPU combinations and both on Android 10) either in app mode or via a browser. Similarly, It doesn’t appear to be happy running in my Chrome-based Win 10 browser. All of which makes testing and giving an honest option on the more recent updates somewhat difficult.


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