Citrio
Citrio
44.0.2403.264

2.8

Citrio free download for Mac

Citrio

44.0.2403.264
25 September 2015

Web browser.

Overview

Сitrio is an innovative user-friendly web-browser, which combines powerful functionality and exquisite design of the user interface. It includes a range of standard options and a vast array of unique features for users too, all for making web-browsing experience really exciting and effortless.

Features
  • Citrio Download Manager for fast and easy download of files. It allows managing the download process; pause/resume downloads, whenever one wishes to.
  • Citrio Proxy Widget for surfing the Web via proxy servers. It enables to apply versatile proxy servers in a few clicks with no need to search for and change the relative browser settings in the internal menu.
  • Citrio MediaGrabber feature for the download of files from online services like YouTube, Daily Motion, Vimeo, etc. It allows downloading multiple files, tracking and managing video downloads in real time and downloading files in the background mode.

What's new in Citrio

Version 44.0.2403.264:
  • Stability improvements and bug fixes

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7 Citrio Reviews

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Aydinyulug
12 June 2014

Most helpful

Made itself the default browser to open html files without asking. Deleted.
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Version 33.0.1750.235
Sleek
02 December 2017
I am using every Browser Mad for Mac and I love Citrio. I works great Supports 10.6.8 without any B S.
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Version 44.0.2403.264
djebarin-1
19 September 2015
Be careful. It is owned by an 3 Birchley Close, Treforest, RCT CF37 1SJ UK company to collect your data. Google it and you'll find out.
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Version 44.0.2403.263
Fyreflye
29 June 2015
This release was issued with an obsolete version of Adobe Flash on its Pepper Flash Player. Kind of careless, no? I'm finished with it.
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Version 42.0.2311.258
WetNet
17 December 2014
Rubbish! This is more like a browser for advertising! cmd/delete...GONE!
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Version 39.0.2171.247
1 answer(s)
Fyreflye
Fyreflye
18 December 2014
What ad blockers are you using? I haven't seen a single ad since I downloaded Ciprio, neutered all its installed Extensions and imported my own, including the Startpage search engine.
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Steveza
13 June 2014
Gave it a spin, and it made hundreds of connections to hundreds of IP addresses on multiple ports without asking. Was pulling almost 300kbps until I quit it. Added an obnoxious salesware toolbar without asking. Could not locate any prefs that allowed me to tame the swirling mess that was this app. Plenty of features sounded interesting, but no obvious means to access them. Seemed to be a straight Chrome clone with a triple serving of &*^$@%?! plopped on top. Unable to give it the zero it deserves. Yikes!
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Version 33.0.1750.235
1 answer(s)
Fyreflye
Fyreflye
17 December 2014
Simple. After you've downloaded and opened Citrio go to Settings-> Extensions where you'll find five extensions with their selection blocks check marked but no garbage pail icons to delete them. Uncheck them all. Then install all your security apps from the Chrome Web Store either individually or by Syncing with Chromium/Chrome. You can now browse securely with no interference from Citrio. When you learn more about the uses of Citrio's own extensions you may want to enable some of them. Or not.
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Aydinyulug
12 June 2014
Made itself the default browser to open html files without asking. Deleted.
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Version 33.0.1750.235
Cunamara
12 June 2014
What is the difference between this and Chrome, Chromium, Iron, etc. From looking at the developer's web site it looks pretty much like a straight compile of Chrome
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Version 33.0.1750.235
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Fyreflye
Fyreflye
12 June 2014
It is; and the only differences that I can see is that there's a bit fancier download process, a built in proxy extension to hide your identity, and it isn't Google. If you're using Chrome or Chromium you can sync with Google and transfer all your bookmarks, extensions and other settings with a single click. If not, you can install extensions from the Google Web Store. If you're one of those people who hate Google but like its browser platform this might be an acceptable alternative to Chrome. 1Password works on Citrio too. I just hope they change the (ugh!) name.
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2.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later
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