Browser
Browser
1.3

3.4

Browser free download for Mac

Browser

1.3
23 April 2013

WebKit-based browser.

Overview

Editor's Note: As some of our users have pointed out, Browser features adult-oriented icons and search modes that parents and guardians may not find appropriate for younger users. The developer has accordingly added the option of a Parental Control mode, which can be chosen on first running this application.

Browser is a Browser. A browser with WebKit inside - thus there is no need to tell you about the browsing experience. There's simply is no better way to surf the web.

So - why another one? Because browsing should be about finding - not searching. Finding websites, content, bookmarks and pages stored for reading later.

Tag it, baby! Tired of searching for bookmarks? Need your brain for more important tasks than remembering URLs? That's why Browser allows to tag bookmarks and directly open them by simply searching for such a tag. And because sometimes a tag isn't enough - Browser also allows to make use of comments.

Drobox. Enabled All bookmarks, all pages stored for later reading are automatically available on all your Macs. Incl. all your tags and comments.

History. Repeating. But wouldn't it be great to actually have the complete history on all Macs available as well? Guess what.

12345. Fail. And because we all use such risky passwords, Browser will store secure ones for you. And you only have to remember a single one.

Lots more.

  • Tabs
  • Google Suggestions
  • Auto-complete
  • Queued Downloads
  • Porn Private Mode
  • Gestures
  • Keyboard Navigation
  • OS X 10.7 Lion Fullscreen, actually usable

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What's new in Browser

Version 1.3:
  • added support for OS X 10.8.4
  • improved fraud and malware protection
  • removed Google Reader support
  • improved performance and stability
  • fixed some bugs and glitches

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31 Browser Reviews

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alas!
07 January 2012

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I'd be willing to check this out….my interest is piqued, but a browser for OS 7 ONLY? What, a browser exclusively for "schwantzes"? I'd bet $100 that there are more Snow Leopard users around then there are Lion ones and will continue to be for quite a while, at least until Lion is smooth going for most users (it ain't there yet). I'm in OS 10.6.8…it's really good, and have nary a complaint with it, and have NO intention of going to Lion anytime soon. I know of a goodly number of other Mac users with the same mind set, too. OK, developer, what's your rationale for making Browser schwantz-only? Hmmm? And, oh yeah, "Browser" IS rather an inelegant name. Be creative and come up with something engaging.
Like (9)
Version 0.9.3
jeffswritingworld
01 December 2017
Presently not working under Sierra and High Sierra, but worked with the occasional crash on my mid 2010 Mac Mini running El Capitan.
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Version 1.3
Atalantia
08 April 2016
Crashes regularly on java based web sites. 10.9.5
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Version 1.3
1 answer(s)
Atalantia
Atalantia
08 April 2016
I have to say, this was an error of the webpage, not from the browser. But now I can't change my rating anymore.
Like (1)
evan-parker-sabin
15 February 2015
Not fully retina-compatible, scrolling is jittery, sorta slow. I didn't expect any such thing from a 14 MB browser.
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Version 1.3
Merimac
02 December 2012
Tried this browser out and was pleasantly surprised. The GUI is really nice, it's slick and it works well in 10.8.2. I like the idea of tags and will stay with it and see how it progresses.
Like (1)
Version 1.2
Apfelz
02 December 2012
If you want (and are like me, avoiding Google wherever and whenever possible) you can download Browser with built-in support for DuckDuckGo instead of Google here: http://createlivelove.com/143/
Like (2)
Version 1.2
2 answer(s)
Big Johnson
Big Johnson
31 October 2013
I tried DuckDuckGo for a few test searches, and I found the results to be far different than Google's, and having almost no relevance to what I was searching for. I QUICKLY went back to Google - I'll give up some privacy in order to find what I'm looking for. Besides, with all the privacy extensions available (Firefox), I don't worry about it much because most of Google's junk is blocked.
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TechSupport
TechSupport
25 November 2013
I wouldn't recommend DuckDuckGo because as BigJohnson says it doesn't give great search results and is quite poor if you are used to Google......I would recommend using Startpage instead which offers you all the privacy benefits of DuckDuckGo but it's powered by Google search so you get exactly the same results as if you did a Google search. Startpage also gives you the option of viewing pages via their proxy service for even better anonymity. The only problem with Startpage is that it misses some Google features such as Maps but I find that it is generally good for 95% of searches.
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Mac007
02 December 2012
This version works under Mountain Lion. I'd give it a review but I currently busy watching the movie "Inception". ;-)
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Version 1.2
1 answer(s)
Tomeg
Tomeg
21 December 2012
How did you like Inception? I watched it after reading your comment. It was ok, Inception, that is...
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Jazzyguy
02 December 2012
This version works Great in 10.8.2. Nice GUI and very Mac-Like.
Like (2)
Version 1.2
THEE:LEE
10 September 2012
This is getting worse and buggier each version, I guess that's what happens with a single hobbyist developer. This program now crashes everytime I try and launch it (Using Mountain Lion).
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Version 1.1.7
Mac007
15 August 2012
Does not work on Mountain Lion.
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Version 1.1.7
2 answer(s)
Jazzyguy
Jazzyguy
02 December 2012
The previous version works in 10.8.2 I haven't updated the current version as yet.
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Jazzyguy
Jazzyguy
02 December 2012
Works Great In 10.8.2 See My review.
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CORN SYRUP KILLS
02 August 2012
I use a lot of browsers and sometimes I want to try something new. Browser looked very promising and after trying it for a few months/versions, I think I've had enough. Launching takes forever and no matter what I try to do to make it open up to a blank window, it always tries to load the developer's homepage. Closing tabs and other common operations is extremely buggy at times. It claims to be able to run plugins but there is no support whatsoever. On the surface it looks like an alternative to Chrome but between Chrome, Chromium, Firefox and Safari, I have all the alternatives I need.
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Version 1.1.7
Free

3.4

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.5 or later
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