Apple Safari
Apple Safari
13.0.2

4.0

Apple Safari free download for Mac

Apple Safari

13.0.2
09 October 2019

Apple's Web browser.

Overview

Apple Safari is Apple's web browser that comes bundled with the most recent macOS. Safari is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers, so sites are more responsive and your notebook battery lasts longer between charges. Built-in privacy features are stronger than ever. It works with iCloud to let you browse seamlessly across all your devices. And it gives you great ways to find and share your favorites. Put it all together, and no other browser offers such a rich web experience.

Safari for Mac has a condensed and minimalistic interface that offers mac users faster, private browsing with fewer interruptions and extended battery life.

When you download Safari for Mac you will get enhanced protection against invasive malicious software and customizable private browsing options to protect your information.

While browsing privately in Safari, pages that you visit in private mode will not appear in your browsing history list.

The Safari browser uses fewer system resources and allows extended browsing times while iCloud allows you to sync all your web activity seamlessly across devices.

A vast library of extensions available to enhance usability and productivity in the workplace or at home.

Safari Features

  • Intelligent Tracking Prevention - enhanced privacy protection
  • Reader mode - read without ads and other distractions
  • Safari App Extensions - to customize the browsing experience on macOS
  • Web Inspector - create custom audits with the new audit tab for running tests against web content
  • Use iCloud to sync seamlessly across all your devices
  • Browse Desktop sites with Ipad or iPhone
  • Enhanced support for the most popular productivity websites
  • Dark mode support for websites
  • Enhanced password protection
  • Sign in With Apple account to Safari now supported
  • New Changes sidebar in the Elements tab
  • Added the Device Settings menu
  • New Security tab in the resources view
  • Safari Developer Tools
  • Pay with Apple Pay
  • Customizable RSS feeds

Safari Editions

  • Mojave 13.0.1
  • High Sierra 13.0.1
  • Sierra 12.1.2
  • El Capitan 11.1.2
  • Yosemite 10.1.2
  • Mavericks 9.1.3
  • and older.

Compatibility

The default browser for Apple devices and there are no official versions of Safari for other devices. Apple no longer supports Mac OS 10.14 for Macbooks older than 2012.

Known Issues

  • No support for WebSQL
  • No support for Legacy Safari Extensions
  • Can't update Safari on OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or earlier
  • no support for windows
  • Poor support for new web technologies and open source formats

FAQ

How do I install Safari on my Mac?

Make sure your Mac can run OS X 10.6 and has at least 1 GB RAM. Go to the official Safari homepage and allow the site to auto-detect the best option for your Mac.

How to update Safari on Mac?

Go to the Mac's App Store, click on Update, make sure the update button next to "Safari" is selected. You can enable automatic updates on the same page.

How to reset Safari on Mac?

You will need to manually reset Safari as Apple has removed the one-click reset feature. You will need to:

  • Launch Safari
  • Clear History
  • Clear cache
  • Remove extension
  • Turn off plugins within Safari
  • Delete plugins
  • Your browser will be restored to its factory settings.

Be aware that this process will remove extensions and auto-fill data. Resetting the Safari browser is a lengthy procedure, and it works differently for iPhone and iPad. If this seems a little tedious, some tools help you to reset browsers with one click.

How to make Safari your default browser on Mac?

  1. Launch Safari and click on the menu
  2. Select the "Preferences" option.
  3. Go to the "General" tab.
  4. Select the default browser to use.
  5. Close Preferences.
  6. Quit Safari.

How to clear Safari cache on Mac?

Select the Develop drop-down menu. Click Empty Cache.

What is the latest version of the Safari browser for Mac?

The latest version of Apple Safari is 13.0.1.

What's new in Apple Safari

Version 13.0.2:

Note: Installation packages for High Sierra and Mojave are available below:
Safari 13.0.2 High Sierra
Safari 13.0.2 Mojave

  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

882 Apple Safari Reviews

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Pukky
13 January 2010

Most helpful

W Safari! Is the best. And beats the new Google Chrome. Is very stable and fast. Good work!
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Version 4.0.4
sinjohansen
16 October 2019
This browser goes backwards in development. STILL no favicons in Bookmarks bar. Hello Apple, please welcome 2019. So want to like this browser but so restricted on customising it that it´s down right pathetic.
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Version 13.0.2
Sindroid
16 October 2019
It is so way behind other browser. It´s fast and perfectly optimised for Mac. But as long as Apple can´t sort the problem of NOT having Favicons in Bookmarks bar i will never ever use it..
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Version 13.0.2
Mac-Freak
29 September 2019
For Mojave: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/20/52/041-88937-A_82KXGV6YE3/l5w5xx65lkxi9zvce2pwwc0rrs8cx8wvoh/Safari13.0.1MojaveAuto.pkg For High Sierra: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/41/46/091-58885-A_KVZJXS0KNU/tcpkev88s30ezg1apij0ezd9hz86s1fsq3/Safari13.0.1HighSierra.pkg
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Version 13.0.1
Scion777
26 September 2019
AVOID. Not only does it kill all your extensions - unless they are part of this 'new improved Apple-approved group from the App Store' - but it also is extremely hard to remove. Ars Technica and a couple of other sites have a procedure to do this, but it is tedious. Big mistake with this release, Apple. Tim Cook MUST GO!
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Version 13.0.1
Derekcurrie
25 September 2019
Disappointments: - - 1) Old extensions dead. - - 2) Apple removed Extension Builder from the Develop menu, making it impossible to convert old format extensions to the new format in Safari 13. - - 3) The available new extensions for Safari from the App Store remains very limited and significantly unimpressive. - - 4) No WebP image support. There is no reason why. Safari iOS supports WebP! The code to support it is open source! Apple had WebP working in Safari 10 beta, but pulled it! The WebP image format is now an Internet standard. Users have to use ANY other browser to see them. - - 5) Inexplicably, after all the UNsafe "safe" files Mac users have had infect their computers, Safari General Preferences still has 'Open "safe" files after downloading' and it's still checked ON by default. The worst of the 'safe' files Safari opens by default are PDF format, still frequently found to be infected with malicious scripts that can damage Macs. This is the single oldest ongoing Apple enabled security blunder in Safari. We can't have decent Safari extensions, but infected 'safe' files automatically open. That's ridiculous. Who keeps screwing this up, over all these years of Safari? Unfathomable. (o_0)
Like (3)
Version 13.0.1
2 answer(s)
Scion777
Scion777
26 September 2019
Any Mac user knows to go to prefs and uncheck the "open safe" files box - but that's not the issue with 13.x - the other problems you state are the deal-breakers.
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Version 13.0.1
OhEssex
OhEssex
08 October 2019
"Any Mac user knows to go to prefs and uncheck the "open safe" files box". Why on Earth would you say that! While I agree that knowledgeable Mac users might tinker with the preferences, the vast majority of Mac users out there just leave the preferences alone.
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Version 13.0.2
Albabe
25 September 2019
So... MacUpdate is dead now? 2 (Two) Safaris out and neither one mentioned.
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Version 12.1.2
Derekcurrie
21 September 2019
DO NOT Install Safari 13 unless you've given up on ever running most beloved extensions ever again. Safari 13 KILLS ALL previous extensions D E A D forever, no workarounds left to use. As such, I reinstalled macOS 10.14.6. That killed off Safari 13 and reinstalled Safari 12.1.2 along with my fave extension functionality. - - IF Apple had bothered to help translate ALL the previous extensions to the new format, I might not be annoyed. But they didn't! Left out in the cold: (1) Full functionality of AdBlock Plus, now it's wimpy (2) UBlock Origin, dead, that's unacceptable (3) DuckDuckGo Private Search... and about 20 less critical extensions I use on a regular basis. - - Funny thing is, I work with computer security and have no comprehension what benefit gutting Safari extensions has for Apple users. IMHO this is merely a Marketing Mess concocted as a wrong way for extension developers to charge for their code. It could have been done the right way. But instead Apple users must SUFFER to use Safari. Bad move Apple, yet again! The trend is now well established and I disapprove.
Like (2)
Version 12.1.2
1 answer(s)
Johnny-K
Johnny-K
23 September 2019
1 Password 6 extension gone too. Time to make Firefox my default browser.
Like (2)
Version 12.1.2
Albabe
20 September 2019
13 is out. Pay attention macUpdate
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Version 12.1.2
Scion777
20 September 2019
Safari 13.0 was just pushed on Software Update via App Store.
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Version 12.1.2
1 answer(s)
Scion777
Scion777
23 September 2019
Due to the ENORMOUS issues with Safari 13 - I strongly say AVOID AT ALL COSTS. If/when Apple comes to its senses about user wants, then maybe ...
Like (2)
Version 12.1.2
rardin
23 July 2019
Apple released Safari 12.1.2 earlier today. for Sierra: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/39/48/041-62930/6bwouqqzrf7uhexxs7z0k9ntun8ec0kmew/Safari12.1.2Sierra.pkg for High Sierra: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/56/57/041-56829/gd0grk5m1bos9qcnc63nqpbbe2x18xbtie/Safari12.1.2HighSierraAuto.pkg
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Version 12.1.1
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4.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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