Unite 3 lets you turn websites into apps on your Mac and change the way you use your computer forever
It all starts with the new Unite creation tool. Simply enter a name for your app, enter a URL, pick an icon, and launch your app.
In addition to using a custom icon, Unite can automatically grab the HQ site favicon for you.
Lastly, you can choose some additional settings for your Unite app: status bar mode, compact mode, and intelligent whitelisting.
Every Unite app is powered by the Unite browser, which uses WebKit 2 to enable support for virtually all web standards and plugins.
It also supports custom features tailored specifically for Unite, like shortcuts, whitelisting, customization, and more - all in an incredibly lightweight package.
Updated on Dec 08 2020
Unite 4 includes the first major redesign to the in-app experience since the original Unite release. Quickly toggle the new toolbar to quickly manage tabs and access preferences. And, there's a beautiful new loading animation
Unite 4 is the first Unite release to support macOS's Keychain for password management. Easily log in to your Unite apps without having to type in your password each time. Your Unite keychain will sync across Unite apps as well.
All your Unite 4 apps fully support web and HTML5 notifications. And, each notification will be attached to the respective app it was enabled in, allowing you to easily define which app it is originating from.
Full list of changes available here