Archive for February 8th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

Ever since OS X Lion and the release of Safari 5.1, the Safari web browser has included support for extensions that allow users to add features that Apple may never even have thought of.


Screen shot © Coyote Moon, Inc.

Extensions are provided by third-party developers who create the add-on code that uses Safari’s web features for specific tasks, such as making it easier to search Amazon, allowing an app, such as 1Password, to integrate with the browser and create an easy-to-use password management system, or adding an effective way to block pop-up ads.

You’ll also find that most social media sites have Safari extensions that make posting to your favorite social site as simple as clicking on a button in the Safari toolbar.

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