Have access to the bookmarks in all your web browsers from the menu bar.
Google’s increasingly popular web browser promises lightning speed.
del.icio.us is a great way to store and share your bookmarks on the web. And Cocoalicious is a great way to access and post them. Or if you would like to view your posts and tags from the menu bar, try Menulicious.
Plug-in for Safari and Firefox lets you browse photos and videos from the web or your desktop. Scroll an infinite “3D Wall” of your content on Facebook, Google Images, YouTube, Flickr, Picasa, Kodak Gallery, or any supported site. Or channel surf the latest news, TV episodes, movies, and music videos all from within Cooliris.
Split-pane web browser has Twitter built in. View your Twitter timeline and mentions while checking out websites. You can open links from the timeline in new tabs or browse multiple pages in split views.
When it comes to web browsers, it may seem that the obvious choice is Safari — a great program that comes installed with your Mac. There are, in fact, many free alternatives to choose from. The most popular is Firefox, but there are those who swear by Camino or the contender from Google — Chrome. And now, Opera and OmniWeb are free. Each has its pros and cons, so it can’t hurt to at least try them out.
Menu bar icon shows how much of your CPU is being used by Flash. It turns red at 30 per cent. You then have the option of closing the offending tab in your browser or clicking on the icon and choosing to kill Flash on web pages that are open in your browser.
Create site-specific mini-web browsers for your web apps, so that they launch like desktop programs in your dock. Great for checking Gmail, for example.
Add-on creates scads of new features for Safari. Among them: thumbnails for search results, full-screen browsing, keyword search in the address bar and Undo for closed tabs. Plus much more.
If you’re looking for a way to save all the logins and passwords you use at various websites, you can’t do much better than 1Password. However, the free version of LastPass — acting as a browser extension — covers many of the basic functions. It comes highly recommended by PCMag, and is worth a look if you need something free.
Type in the URL of a webpage and get a screenshot of it at the size of your choice.
Menu bar item provides a place drop and drop web links you’d like to check out later. Click on it and a list of links is revealed — double-click on the one you want.
Mozilla is dead. Long live Sea Monkey. It’s a web browser, an e-mail and newsgroup client, an IRC chat client and a web page creator all rolled into one.
Download an entire website so you can view it from your hard drive.
Firefox has moved on and abandoned support for Macs with PowerPC processors or running Tiger. But that doesn’t mean you have to get left behind. TenFourFox tweaks Firefox 4 so you can surf with almost exactly the same code on your PowerPC Mac.
Media browser promises 10-times faster downloads, BitTorrent integration and compatibility with Firefox add-ons. Plus, it features a media start page with search engines for YouTube, hulu, joost and more.