Apple Safari
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Apple's Web browser; part of OS X 10.9 Mavericks (obtained via Software Update).   Free
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Apple Safari in OS X Mavericks brings you all-new ways to find and enjoy the best of the web. It works with iCloud to give you a seamless browsing experience across all your devices. It looks out for your privacy. It loads content incredibly fast. And with amazing power-saving technologies that let you browse longer than with other browsers, Safari is simply the smartest way to surf.
What's New
Version 7.0.3:

Note: This update is only available as part of the OS X Mavericks update.

  • Fixes an issue that could cause the search and address field to load a webpage or send a search term before the return key is pressed
  • Improves credit card autofill compatibility with websites
  • Fixes an issue that could block receipt of push notifications from websites
  • Adds a preference to turn off push notification prompts from websites
  • Adds support for webpages with generic top-level domains
  • Strengthens Safari sandboxing
  • Fixes security issues, including several identified by recent security competitions
Version 7.0.3:

Note: This update is only available as part of the OS X Mavericks update.

  • Fixes an issue that could cause the search and address field to load a webpage or send a search term before the return key is pressed
  • Improves credit card autofill compatibility with websites
  • Fixes an issue that could block receipt of push notifications from websites more...
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.9.1 or later





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Apple Safari User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 7.x:
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Albabe commented on 22 Apr 2014
There is an update today for Safari.

Version 7.0.3 (9537.75.14)

I wonder why the main Version Number is the same?
[Version 7.0.3]


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JML54 reviewed on 03 Apr 2014
The update may "break" some previously installed Safari extensions. I had to uninstall and reinstall one to get it functioning again.
[Version 7.0.3]


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Ali_Egypt reviewed on 03 Apr 2014
Funny thing is after using Safari for a while I always tend to install another browser (Chrome, Firefox, ..) after I run into problems with Safari (mostly small problems though).
Only finding out there is no good faster alternative for Safari. :-)
Yes, Chrome comes close but Safari still feels more solid to me.
[Version 7.0.3]


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Jazzyguy reviewed on 02 Apr 2014
seems a bit snappier. it runs fast on my extremely fast network with lightning from BrightHouse.
[Version 7.0.3]


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Tim27 commented on 02 Apr 2014
Safari would be a lot more popular if Apple would make the same features available in all Mac OS X versions. I can download the same version of Chrome or Firefox for Mac OS 10.6 - 10.9. Yet I need to update my whole OS to use Safari 7. Doesn't make much sense to me, particularly when there are no features that are so crazy that they could not be made to run in 10.6.
[Version 7.0.3]


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RavenNevermore reviewed on 02 Apr 2014
Nice and fast on my early 2009 iMac.
[Version 7.0.3]


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Thresher-The-Shark commented on 02 Apr 2014
For anyone interested, latest direct download URLs are below.

Safari 6.1.3 for Mac OS X 10.7
http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/15/57/031-3445/ufnxrdv2eonlvqoavqx3lvqj4woggy313m/Safari6.1.3Lion.pkg

Safari 6.1.3 for Mac OS X 10.8
http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/45/61/031-3448/crheap80pu74m9d6e9d0s1o5lpq4njk262/Safari6.1.3MountainLion.pkg

Safari 7.0.3 for Mac OS X 10.9
http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/15/41/031-3451/fovoxh8xl01wpditg1tngu3wsl6rdg1ypd/Safari7.0.3Mavericks.pkg
[Version 7.0.3]

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Mysticalos replied on 02 Apr 2014
Thanks, I am thoroughly annoyed that apple is not doing this on their own anymore. It's outright ridiculous. I have 4 macs I need to deploy updates on. The idea apple thinks they need to shove all updates through app store now and not through appropriate distro methods for people who may have a multi machine work space is frustrating. I sent this feedback to apple too as MU recommended and encourage anyone else to do same. Apple needs to realize that while app store update is fine for most one mac end users, there are those of us out here still that have multiple machines to deploy updates on.
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lemonb3519 replied on 02 Apr 2014
the update of Safari to 6.1.3 for ML is working perfectly so far. 6.1.2 of Safari was a mess and I am being kind so if your are using that version the update to 6.1.3 should be of benefit. The update is not here on MU so you have to use the App store.
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Djefis reviewed on 16 Mar 2014
Someone wants from others what does not claim in general. This is not the right policy.
[Version 7.0.1]

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D9 replied on 02 Apr 2014
???
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lemonb3519 replied on 02 Apr 2014
OK I guess that means something somewhere in the universe.
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Thresher-The-Shark commented on 27 Feb 2014
Attention MacUpdate admins: Here are the updated URLs for direct download from Apple.

6.1.2 Lion:
swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/44/38/031-2497/3blyvpewxueavxhatsdf1uescx4lukyenc/Safari6.1.2Lion.pkg

6.1.2 Mountain Lion:
swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/62/03/031-2500/2f1ltblld7rkqg9r419b7uxc7ijggw6v9e/Safari6.1.2MountainLion.pkg
[Version 7.0.1]

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Finrod63 replied on 04 Mar 2014
Thank you very much for the link. Is there anywhere a SHA digest that I can use to check the integrity of the download?
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Thresher-The-Shark replied on 04 Mar 2014
Hi Finrod63

Unfortunately I don't have checksums for them. The above URLs are what the Software Update Application uses, which is why they are links to .pkgs rather then .dmgs. Software Update uses an internal method to verify packages that I don't have access to.

If checksums are important to you, I would recommend sending a request at http://www.apple.com/feedback/safari.html for Apple to resume posting Safari releases on their support site.
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Misha replied on 02 Apr 2014
Thanks, I have updated our links for 10.7 and 10.8 versions.
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Wedderhoff reviewed on 20 Jan 2014
A real “Modern and fast Web browser” + 64-bit.
[Version 7.0.1]


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Thresher-The-Shark had trouble on 27 Feb 2014
Attention MacUpdate admins: Here are the updated URLs for direct download from Apple.

6.1.2 Lion:
swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/44/38/031-2497/3blyvpewxueavxhatsdf1uescx4lukyenc/Safari6.1.2Lion.pkg

6.1.2 Mountain Lion:
swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/62/03/031-2500/2f1ltblld7rkqg9r419b7uxc7ijggw6v9e/Safari6.1.2MountainLion.pkg
[Version 7.0.1]


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Widber had trouble on 02 Nov 2012
Perfect strike! After the update to 6.0.2 there are no youtube videos anymore. Can only see some kind of Malevich-art-rectangles in black. Looks like the Apple/Google war because Vimeo is not affected by this "security update"
[Version 6.0.2]


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Sbchavel had trouble on 20 Sep 2012
1) Tabs bug: right-most tab is invisible. If you drag and switch the tabs, it is still the right-most that becomes invisible. 2) Also, scrolling down a webpage and typing in this troubleshooting window both are slow and choppy.
[Version 6.0.1]

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Sbchavel replied on 20 Sep 2012
3) Streaming (music, Pandora.com) is also choppy. Oddly, ethernet connection is worse than wifi.
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Sbchavel replied on 23 Sep 2012
When 13 tabs are open all are visible. There you have it.
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Stickman67 had trouble on 06 Aug 2012
I was getting a JSON string error when trying to link files to text in Moodle after upgrading to Mountain Lion and Safari 6. Turns out to be a problem with Evernote Web Clipper. Turned that off, all's well again.

No idea why. Just worked.
[Version 6.0]


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Steven Goodheart had trouble on 29 Jul 2012
Is anyone else having trouble getting Safari 6 to "Email this Page?"

Whether I select it from the File/Share menu, or click on the Share button, nothing happens.

Any suggestions/ideas? Thanks!
[Version 6.0]

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Steven Goodheart replied on 29 Jul 2012
Oh, and maybe 3 or 4 mintutes after I try to "Email this Page" I get a message pop that says, "Mail App Can't be Opened" with a -600 error, whatever that is....
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Steven Goodheart replied on 29 Jul 2012
I shut down both Mail and Safari 7 and deleted:

apple.com.safari.plist

After I did this, the *first* time I tried sending a web page, the "Email this Page" worked -- but only once. After one success, it stopped working again.

I then started up my machine in Safe Mode (rebooting with Shift key held down) and tried it, and the "Email this Page"worked just fine, both from the menu and the button. I would guess this indicates some sort of extension or startup conflict, no?

But the weird thing is, *after* I rebooted out of Safe Mode, I found, to my surprise and delight, that the "Email this Page" function now works fine. Weird! Maybe starting up in Safe Mode reset something? Magic? I don't know, but I thought I would share what happened in case it might help another.
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Steven Goodheart had trouble on 26 Jul 2012
Last night I upgrade to Mountain Lion, and now, no matter what I do, reset Safari, clean Safari caches with TinkerTool System, removed cookies, etc. etc, I *cannot* get Safari to recognize and keep my login information to MacUpdate. (It's like the log-in info is NOT being sent to MacUpdate.)

When I go to the link, it shows that I'm not logged in, so I try to log-in, put in the correct user name and password, and then when I hit enter, I'm set to the MacUpdate Promo Page and I'm not logged in! No matter how many times I try to log in, I'm just not recognized. (And yes, in the Safari prefs it *does* show the saved password.)

So, right now, I'm writing this from Firefox 15 which does work fine -- and OmniWeb also has no problem logging me in either.

I realize this may be a very specific problem of my set up, but I was wondering if anyone else was having this problem with Safari 6.0. (Safari will also not enable me to log-in to Pocket (used to be ReaditLater) although I can with Firefox and Omniweb.

If anyone else is running into this, and has a solution, I'd appreciate input! Thanks!
[Version 6.0]

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Steven Goodheart replied on 26 Jul 2012
Apologies for this double post! My bad!
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Steven Goodheart replied on 26 Jul 2012
Oh, geez, I feel like such a doofus...I was trying to log in a new account to Google and it said, "You're cookies are disabled"..and I went, "What?"

So, I went to Preferences, Privacy, and couldn't believe my eyes "Block Cookies - Always" was set. I must have looked at that half a dozen times, and just didn't "see" it.

Anyway, set it to Block "Third Party and Advertisers" and now, all is well in the world and I can log in and the cookies are being set.

Whew! And here I did all that technical stuff, cleaning caches, etc. etc. and it was the darn setting I apparently looked at, and just could see.

Hope this goof of mine helps others.

Steve
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Steven Goodheart had trouble on 26 Jul 2012
Last night I upgrade to Mountain Lion, and now, no matter what I do, reset Safari, clean caches with TinkerTool System, etc. etc, I *cannot* get Safari to recognize and keep my login information to MacUpdate.

It says I'm not a member, so I try to log-in, put in the correct user name and password, and then when I hit enter, I'm set to the MacUpdate Promo Page and I'm not logged in!

So, right now, I'm writing this from Firefox 14 which does work fine -- and OmniWeb has no problem loggin me in either.

I realize this may be a very specific problem of my set up, but I was wondering if anyone else was having this problem with Safari 6.0. (Safari will also not enable me to log-in to the Pocket web site (used to be ReaditLater) although I can with Firefox and Omniweb.

If anyone else is running into this, and has a solution, I'd appreciate input! Thanks!
[Version 6.0]


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Thedashboard had trouble on 26 Jul 2012
Bring RSS back to Safari 6

Apple has dropped support for reading RSS feeds within the browser. Instead, Apple asks that you use a dedicated RSS reader when you want to peruse the latest links. But what if you don't want to use such a reader? You can still see RSS articles in Safari with a little help from Apple's automation utility, Automator.

Launch Automator (in the /Applications folder) and in the template chooser that appears, select Service and click Choose. Configure the top of the workflow to read Service Receives No Input in Any Application. In the Actions library select Internet and drag the following actions into the workflow area: Get Specified URLs, Get Link URLs from Articles, and Display Webpages.

In the Get Specified URLs area, click Add and add the address of the RSS feed you wish to view in Safari - http://safari--support.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss for example. In the Get Link URLs from Articles action, be sure that the Only Return URLs In The Same Domain As The Original Webpage option is enabled. This ensures that you don't wind up with articles pulled from other websites. Save your workflow.

Now, if you click Run in the top-right corner of the workflow, Safari will launch and open multiple tabs, each displaying an article from the feed. In the future, when you want to run the workflow, simply select Services from any application’s application menu and choose your workflow from the submenu.

Add a temporary feed
This is fine if you always want to view feeds from the same websites. But there may be times when you wish to view another site’s feed just once. Return to your workflow and in the Get Specified URLs action click on Options. In the area that appears, enable the Show This Action When the Workflow Runs option and save the workflow.

When you next invoke the workflow a Get Specified URLs window will appear. Within it, click on the Add button and enter the feed address for the site you wish to pull articles from and then click Continue.

Filter the feeds
Using this workflow you may encounter sites that have dozens of articles in their feed, offering more tabs that you may wish to click through. You can modify the workflow to filter articles so that you see just the ones you’re likely to be interested in. In this case, create a workflow with actions in this order: Get Specified URLs, Filter Articles, Get Link URLs from Articles, and Display Webpages. The Filter Articles action is new and it works like this.

If you want to change your filtering options each time you invoke the workflow, you already have a clue how to go about it. Return to the workflow and in the Filter Articles action, click on Options, enable Show This Action When the Workflow Runs, and save the workflow. When you next run it you’ll be able to configure the action and enter new filtering options - Content Contains SafariSupport, for instance.

SafariSupport - http://safari--support.blogspot.com
[Version 6.0]

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Steven Goodheart replied on 27 Jul 2012
Wow, amazingly informative and helpful! Though I usually use Gruml, or Newsrack, I definitely have times I'd enjoy using Safari this way. Thanks for taking the time to post such a helpful post!
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JJ-Mac had trouble on 13 Mar 2012
"GMAIL (new look) and "bank-account" not working after this update.

What is wrong??????
[Version 5.1.4]


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Whiterock had trouble on 30 Nov 2011
Safari 5.1.2 is incompatible with Google Earth Plug-in 6.1.0.5001 (latest build of each).
[Version 5.1.2]

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gatovadio replied on 12 Aug 2012
there's also a new rss tickerbar extension but just useful for a few feeds:
http://tools.rubenarakelyan.com/safari/tickerbar/

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Ededed rated on 21 Apr 2014

[Version 7.0.3]



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[Version 7.0.3]



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[Version 7.0.1]



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[Version 7.0]



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[Version 6.0.5]



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[Version 6.0.5]



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dsimer rated on 10 Sep 2013

[Version 6.0.5]



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[Version 6.0.5]



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Roes rated on 01 Aug 2013

[Version 6.0.5]



bjcalvert rated on 21 Jul 2013

[Version 6.0.5]


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