Showing posts with label Safari. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Safari. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Apple releases Safari 9.0 for users of OS X Mavericks and Yosemite

Before the official release of OS X El Capitan, the latest operating system from Apple, the company has released Safari 9.0 for OS X users Yosemite. According to Apple, today's update to all users of OS X Yosemite is recommended because it includes improvements in privacy, compatibility and security.

Friday, July 31, 2015

Safari browser provides an extra hour of MacBook battery life

Chrome browser with built-in Flash-plugin is known for its extravagance. Just a couple of animated banners in the background tab can shorten battery life MacBook, simultaneously taking away resources from more important tasks. In Safari, it implemented a number of special features designed to extend battery life. The study BatteryBox, use Chrome instead of Safari can reduce the possibility of staying MacBook away from an outlet for more than 1 hour.

Friday, June 26, 2015

Announcing the first ad blocker for iOS 9 [Video]

As you know, the new version of the browser Safari, integrated into iOS 9 began to support extensions to block unwanted content - banners, images, links, pop-ups and other stuff. And although the final release of the new platform will be held in the autumn of developer named Chris Aleodi has already demonstrated the possibility of the browser.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Firefox coming to iOS! Mozilla opens registration to beta test [Updated]

IOS users must rely on another browser option very soon. It seems that Mozilla, the company behind the browser development, is looking for consumers interested in testing Firefox on their iPhones and iPads before the public launch, carrying out several questions about which device will be used to install the novelty, if the version of the Apple operating system is the eighth and even the level of user experience in question, ranging in advanced, intermediate and casual. After all the paperwork you need to enter the e-mail and pray a lot waiting for the next instruction.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Safari Not Working After iOS 8.2 Update: How To Fix It?

A number of iPhone or iPad owners reported that  after they updated to iOS 8.2 Safari stopped working. To be more precise, whenever they launched Safari, it showed blank page, Here are the possible quick fixes that may help you resolve it.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Safari Is Slow? Here's How To Speed It On iPhone And iPad With iOS 8

One of the practices that occupies most of the time we spend using our smartphones, as well when Sending messages, web browsing. If you use Safari on iOS, the malfunction of the browser can put a strain on our nerves with problems such as the freezing of the page. If you, like many users in various forum state, you have experienced the same kind of problem, here are some small tips that may improve your user experience.

Saturday, June 30, 2012

Google Chrome VS Safari On iOS devices [ Video ]

Yesterday, Apple has released Google Chrome app for iPhone and iPad and we have released Chrome  download links. In this post we will show you a two videos for a comparison between Google Chrome and Safari running on iOS devices. The best thing about Chrome for iOS is that it will let you sync iDevice with bookmarks and all history on any device. Let's check the videos after the jump.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Magnifier Available Now For Safari With [Video]

Magnifier adds a magnification option to the share menu in this video after the jump.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Safari 5.0.5 And Security Update 2011

This new version of  Safari with iOS 4.3.2,. Apple released Safari 5.0.5 and a The updates are available now in Software Update on Apple’s website. Safari 5.0.5

Thursday, March 10, 2011

IE8 And Safari Are Hacked At Pwn2Own, Chrome Still Safe

Just a few minutes before Pwn2Own contest, Apple released Safari 5.0.4 along with iOS 4.3. At the contest, MacBook Air and Safari 5.0.4 pwned in five seconds. Vupen said “We pwned Apple Safari on Mac OS X (x64) at pwn2own in 5 seconds,”. That, at least, is better than it fared in 2008.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Apple Launches Safari 5.0.4 With Enhancements

Few hours ago Apple has released iOS 4.3, now Apple also pushed out Safari 5.0.4, bringing a lot of improvements to Apple official internet browser.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Apple: iOS 4.3 To Release On March 11 With New AirPlay Features And Faster Safari Browsing

In the Apple Media event, it has been confirmed that iOS 4.3 will be available for public by March 11. It'll bring the Nitro Javascript engine from Safari on OS X, iTunes Home Sharing which'll let you play content over Wi-Fi, and new AirPlay features (App Store apps can use Airplay now).

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Put Your Safari Tabs in a Grid With Gridtab [Jailbreak Tweak]

Gridtab for Safari is a new tweak available in Cydia that allows you to view all your tabs on Safari in an Expose like view. This tweak is useful for anyone who browses on their iDevice using a lot of tabs in Safari. This tweak will be great to view all your tabs and navigate easily between tabs.

Monday, October 18, 2010

FullScreen for Safari Enables Multitouch Gestures and Full Screen Mode to iPhone & iPod touch

FullScreen for Safari is a new tweak available in Cydia that enables the full screen mode and also adds many new multi-touch gestures for iOS Safari to surf the web faster with a lot more functionalities.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Covert Brings Private Browsing in Safari for Free

The popular developer behind InfiniDocks, InfiniFolders, ProSwitcher, etc. has developed a new tweak called "Covert", the tweak that enables private browsing in Safari. With this tweak you can easily enable and disable anonymous browsing directly from Mobile Safari.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Apple Releases Safari 5.0.2 to Bring Improvments

Apple has just updated their browser Safari to 5.0.2, the update fixes some bugs and security issues. The update is 39 MB size and as usual it requires a restart. Apple notes on the update "improvements to compatibility and security", here's the full changelog.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

How to: Fix Safari Browser Sudden Crashes on your iPhone

Some users are reporting Safari browser sudden crashes on their devices, this issue is caused because of the massive history, cookies and cache saved on your Safari browser, So Here's a simple step by step guide to prevent sudden crashes and startup troubleshooting of Safari..
Step 1: Navigate to Settings by touching the Settings app from your home screen.
Step 2: Scroll Down, and click on Safari 
Step 3: Now you have to Tap the following 3 bottoms to clear history, cookies, and cache,
  • Clear History
  • Delete Cookies
  • Clear Cache
Step 4: Turn off your device for two minutes then turn it on again.

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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Apple releases Safari 5.0.1, Featured Extensions

Apple has just released Safari 5.0.1, with the new amazing feature by activating extensions, Apple now open its official Extension Gallery, the extension gallery loaded with alot of wanted stuff like google, twitter , bing, ebay, amazon... etc.

Download Safari Extensions Gallery [Safari Menu]

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Apple Released Safari 5 to Support Mac and Windows

Safari 5 was expected to be mentioned yestarday in the WWDC 2010, But it didn't get any mention! Today Apple Press Info has just released a Press Release for Safari 5. The new Version brings alot of features as it supports both Windows and Mac extentions, Microsoft Bing as of search engine [Optional], improved HTML5 support, Safari Reader and more.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Safari 5 Includes a New Reader, Bing Search, HTML 5 and More..

Safari 5 will be updated on Monday at the WWDC 2010 and includes a lot of useful features which will help you in browsing the internet. You can check the Apple Release for the Update and Also check the new features in Safari 5 After the Jump..

Safari 5 is said to include a new Reader feature which will let you view articles in a single clutter free page. It also will add Bing as a search option in addition to Google and Yahoo. Other improvements include more HTML5 support, up to 25% faster javascript execution, better caching, and more.