Hana
Hana 1.1
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WebKit-based browser for working with web-based apps.   Demo ($19.91)
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Hana, the Web-app App! Hana is your tool for working on the web. With Hana you will have a dedicated environment for accessing your most important Web apps and getting your work done.

Use Hana to work in Gmail, Google Calendar, Yahoo! Mail, 37Signal's Basecamp, Backpack and their new Highrise! Hana allows you to focus on your work without having ready access to your Internet bookmarks and search engines!

There is no question about it, Hana is the best way to access your Web apps. Whether you are trying to get things done or just need to see a better way to work the
What's New
Version 1.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, including Leopard.



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gregmc commented on 07 Dec 2007
Hana is actually very useful. I have all my Web 2.0 apps running in it because it keeps Web 2.0 stuff from cluttering up my main browser, but more importantly my main browser and all its clutter is kept clear from my workflow using Web 2.0.

I have Backpack, Highrise, Tumblr, and Script Buddy accounts all in Hana. I also have a Buzzword account, however, because it's flashed based Buzzword doesn't play well with Hana. Perhaps that's something for All Out Software to look at in future.
[Version 1.0.4]

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gregmc replied on 07 Dec 2007
Correction. Hana's spoofing feature gets it working with Buzzword. Spoofing gives Hana the function of "tricking" websites into thinking Hana is Safari or Firefox or another browser. All Out Software say to use spoofing with caution, however, it seems stable enough.
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WCityMike commented on 27 Oct 2007
Mozilla's Webrunner -- free. Various WebKit-based solo browsers for Gmail, etc. locatable on the Web -- free. But there are fellow Mac users who unfortunately will pay this shyster $20.
[Version 1.0.4]


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machomanx commented on 02 Sep 2007
How is this different than just creating a bookmark folder with all relevant apps and then choosing the folder's "Open in Tabs" command. Toolbars can still be hidden. I save my login form info so I simply to to click submit, how hard is that? I just don't get what makes this worth $20.
[Version 1.0]


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djdarlek commented on 27 Jul 2007
This is a great program. We use a wiki based system that has problems with its WYSIWYG interface in safari and I have to run FF just to use it. I've now added our Basecamp, Highrise and two internal Wikis to it, even cheekily renaming the program and giving it our logo. I'm in love! My money will be on its way to the developer ASAP.

Dave
[Version 0.9]


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maclover1.1 commented on 16 Jul 2007
How exactly is this useful as compared to a full-fledged browser? I'm a little confused...
[Version 0.9]

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MacUpdate-Lon replied on 16 Jul 2007
"Hana is a WebKit-based browser designed specifically for working with web-based applications such as Google Calendar, Google Docs, Basecamp, Backpack, web-based mail, and others. The normal browser address bar and toolbar are replaced with a tab bar where web applications can be added and removed, and it supports changing the User Agent reported by the browser if needed for compatibility with some web sites." (from MacInTouch.com, today)
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All Out Software (developer) replied on 16 Jul 2007
What makes Hana different than other web browsers is that it is designed to focus only on the sites YOU specifify it to show at all times. Of course, we mean for it to be used with Web-apps such as Gmail, Basecamp and others. When you open Hana, all of your web-apps are right there. If the web-app supports it, you are even logged in and ready to work.

Hana is not a browser. It is not for browsing or surfing the web. There is no back or forward button. No address bar. Just you and your web-apps.

Thanks for checking it out. Please visit our website and let us know of any specific feature requests, bugs or short comings. We really want to know these things.

Fred Priese,
President, All Out Software
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neonblue2 replied on 27 Oct 2007
Who says Hana can;t be used as a general purpose browser? It would be quite annoying but it is possible.

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Downloads:2,065
Version Downloads:1,100
Type:Internet : Browsers
License:Demo
Date:24 Jan 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
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Hana, the Web-app App! Hana is your tool for working on the web. With Hana you will have a dedicated environment for accessing your most important Web apps and getting your work done.

Use Hana to work in Gmail, Google Calendar, Yahoo! Mail, 37Signal's Basecamp, Backpack and their new Highrise! Hana allows you to focus on your work without having ready access to your Internet bookmarks and search engines!

There is no question about it, Hana is the best way to access your Web apps. Whether you are trying to get things done or just need to see a better way to work the web, Hana is for you.

All Out Software is committed to making computing work. This is our first product, there are more to come. Making computing work means good support. We are committed to your happiness, let us know what about Hana is keeping you from being happy! Please let us know what about Hana is making you happy too, or let us know what you would like different or what Web apps you are using. Let us know, we want to hear from you!


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