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Safari tips and tricks: How to master Safari in OS X Mavericks

Mavericks brings with it a new version of Safari. The first thing you'll notice is that Top Sites has been redesigned. It's now easier to add pages and rearrange the view to your liking. There's also a new-look sidebar that grants access to Bookmarks, Reading List, and a new Shared Links section where you will find links your friends are sharing on Twitter and LinkedIn. You can peruse these articles ... » zum Artikel

Bad AppleScript: Safari and curling URLs

I was listening to some podcasters I respect arguing about nuances in software development the other day, and thought to myself: I have no idea what these guys are talking about. » zum Artikel

CloudyTabs: Liberate iCloud Tabs from Safari on your Mac

Everyone has their favorite (or least favorite, depending on how you look at it) beefs with Apple's iCloud service. But one of my biggest frustrations is that many of iCloud's most-convenient features require you to use Apple's apps--those features simply don't work with third-party programs. » zum Artikel

Bugs & Fixes: Using Safari to solve Safari problems

My relationship with Safari remains a rocky one. Overall, Safari admirably meets my requirements for a web browser. Plus, as it is an Apple product, I appreciate its tight integration with Apple's OS X and iOS operating systems. But then there's Safari's "dark side." All too often, something goes haywire. Web pages fail to load or the app crashes or something. » zum Artikel

Bugs & Fixes: Stop Adobe Reader from blocking PDFs in Safari

The most recent versions of Adobe Reader install a new security feature. When in place, any attempt to open a PDF file within Safari is initially blocked. In order to get the PDF to open, you have to negotiate two warning messages. » zum Artikel

Google loses UK bid to block Safari cookie privacy case

Google lost a bid to block a privacy lawsuit in the U.K. over alleged unauthorized placement of cookies on devices running Apple's Safari browser when the U.K. High Court ruled on Thursday that the case falls within the scope of the country's jurisdiction. » zum Artikel

Fix a plug-in-related PDF printing issue in Safari

After upgrading to Mavericks, I ran into an issue where I couldn't print from a site that used a Silverlight-based Web app. In particular, when I tried to use Open as PDF' or Save as PDF' from the Print dialog box, instead of getting a nice PDF, I'd get bupkis. Zip. The big goose egg. » zum Artikel

Alternatives to Safari: The best web browser apps for iPad and iPhone

Which is the best web browser software for the iPhone Safari comes installed as standard, but there are plenty of alternatives - which is best for speed, features, user-friendliness and other key factors Is Chrome, Opera or Dolphin a better bet » zum Artikel

Ein alter Skandal holt Google wieder ein

Datenschutz-Bruch bei Safari-Browser: Der Suchmaschinen-Primus muss erneut Millionen zahlen, weil er mit einem technischen Trick ungefragt seine Datenspur auf iPhone-Handys, iPads und Computern mit dem Safari-Browser von Apple hinterlassen hatte. » zum Artikel

Safari 7 review: Mavericks browser saves battery life, brings further refinements

The new OS X Mavericks seems to offer far better performance and power management--but its programs often pack fewer features and less elegant interfaces. The same holds true on both counts for Safari 7. It's as fast as its predecessor in rendering HTML, and far zippier with Javascript, but the changes to its look and feel aren't all improvements. » zum Artikel

Apple Safari catches up with rivals on Flash security

While not a security cure-all, Apple's decision to finally place the Adobe Flash Player within its own sandbox in Safari will make one of hackers' favorite targets harder to exploit, experts say. » zum Artikel

Get to know OS X Mavericks: Safari 7.0

Sure, Safari is its own app, but new OS X versions tend to bring new versions of Safari, and Mavericks is no exception. Safari 7 offers a new sidebar, plug-in management, a redesigned Top Sites page, performance improvements, and a new feature designed to remember your passwords without compromising security. » zum Artikel

Flash Player now sandboxed under Safari on Mac OS X

Adobe has worked with Apple to sandbox Flash Player under Safari in Mac OS X, restricting the ability of attackers to exploit any vulnerabilities they might find in the browser plug-in. » zum Artikel

Safari sets the bar for mobile browser usability

People are increasingly relying on smartphones and tablets for their computing needs, which means that those users also depend on the mobile browser for their Web surfing. A new survey from FixYa compiles customer input to rank how users feel about the different mobile browser options. » zum Artikel

Safari Keyword Search review: Searching made simple and speedy

About 90 percent of the time that I'm on the Web (to use a number I picked out of thin air), I'm searching for something. But while I usually turn to Google, my search engine of choice, there are times that I want to search a specific site--say, IMDB or Wikipedia. It seems like a waste time to have to go to the desired site, find its search box, and type my search query. Luckily, I can do all that ... » zum Artikel

iOS 7 Safari tips: How to access iOS 7's new web features

Master Safari in iOS 7 on your iPhone and iPad with these simple tips, from beginner's tasks such as opening multiple tabs, to more advanced techniques such as the Reader Mode, private browsing and fullscreen mode. » zum Artikel

Test: Apple iOS 7 auf dem iPad

Kontrollzentrum, Gesten, AirDrop, Safari: Test: Apple iOS 7 auf dem iPad
Kontrollzentrum, Gesten, AirDrop, Safari: Apples neues iOS 7 ist nun verfügbar. Design und Funktionalität der Tablet-Version entsprechen der iPhone-Variante. Dennoch gibt es bei iOS 7 einige Besonderheiten auf dem iPad, wie der Test der finalen Version zeigt. » zum Artikel
  • Christian Vilsbeck

Get to know iOS 7: Safari

Besides its new icon, the biggest changes in iOS 7's Safari are its new unified smart search field, its goal to keep the browser's interface minimized whenever possible, new navigation gestures, a new tabs view, shared links, and quicker access to private browsing. » zum Artikel

Command-Click Avenger: Take back your Safari tabs

Editor's note: The following review is part of Macworld's GemFest 2013. Every day (except Sunday) from mid-July until late September, the Macworld staff will use the Mac Gems blog to briefly cover a standout free or low-cost program. Learn more about GemFest in this Macworld podcast. You can view a list of this year's apps, updated daily, on our handy GemFest page, and you can visit the Mac Gems ... » zum Artikel

Google says it is not answerable in the UK in Safari cookies privacy suit

Google has told British consumers in a privacy claim that it does not have to answer to English courts and U.K. privacy laws don't apply to it, according to the law firm for the plaintiffs. » zum Artikel

Hands-on with OS X Mavericks: Safari and iCloud Keychain

Sure, Safari is its own app, but new OS X versions tend to bring new versions of Safari, and Mavericks is no exception. Safari 7 offers a new sidebar, plug-in management, a redesigned Top Sites page, performance improvements, and a new feature designed to remember your passwords without compromising security. » zum Artikel

Hands-on with OS X Mavericks: Safari and iCloud Keychain

Sure, Safari is its own app, but new OS X versions tend to bring new versions of Safari, and Mavericks is no exception. Safari 7 offers a new sidebar, plug-in management, a redesigned Top Sites page, performance improvements, and a new feature designed to remember your passwords without compromising security. » zum Artikel

iPhone keeps losing Safari bookmarks in iOS 6: solutions

My iOS 6 iPhone keeps losing its bookmarks, and then won't let me add any more! After a while Safari seems to fix itself. What's the best solution » zum Artikel

What every Safari user should know

In the previous two lessons, I took you through Safari's interface and offered a glimpse of the browser's most important preferences. This week we wrap up Safari with a few techniques that I hope you'll find helpful. » zum Artikel

Exploring Safari's preferences

Last week, for the sake of completeness, I took you on a tour of Safari--an application that you likely used to read the lesson. This week we'll dig deeper and explore some of Safari's most important preferences. To begin, choose Safari > Preferences. » zum Artikel

Getting started with Safari

Throughout these lessons I've casually thrown around such phrases as "launch Safari" and "when you do this, Safari will open and take you to...." And I've felt reasonably confident in doing so because, after all, if you're currently sitting in front of a Mac there's a very good chance that you're reading these words within Apple's Web browser. » zum Artikel

Safari gets energy-efficient update in Mavericks

When OS X Mavericks arrives later this year, a new version of Safari will come along for the ride. Apple's latest Web browser boasts smoother scrolling, a new Top Sites implementation, and several under-the-hood improvements. » zum Artikel

Apple updates iPhoto, Aperture, Safari, Java for Mac

Apple has updated iPhoto and Aperture for Mac to bring improvements and bug fixes to Photo Stream, and has also updated Java and Safari to boost security. » zum Artikel

Apple sneaks Safari update into Snow Leopard

Apple quietly updated Safari on Snow Leopard last week, refreshing the browser to v. 5.1.8 and providing more proof that it intends to support OS X 10.6 much longer than usual. Apple last week silently updated the aged Safari 5 browser for Snow Leopard to version 5.1.8, more evidence that the company intends to support the 2009 operating system for an unusually long time. » zum Artikel

Test: iOS 7 auf dem iPhone 5

Neues Design, AirDrop, Control Center, Flickr: Test: iOS 7 auf dem iPhone 5
Neues Design, AirDrop, Control Center, Flickr: Apple stellt Entwicklern die erste Beta-Version von iOS 7 für das iPhone zur Verfügung. Das mobile Betriebssystem wartet mit frischem Design und vielen neuen Features auf. Lesen Sie, wie sich iOS 7 auf dem iPhone 5 bedienen lässt und wie AirDrop, Control Center & Co. funktionieren. » zum Artikel
  • Christian Vilsbeck


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Mavericks brings with it a new version of Safari. The first thing you'll notice is that Top Sites has been redesigned. It's now easier to add pages and rearrange the view to your liking. There's also a new-look sidebar that grants access to Bookmarks, Reading List, and a new Shared Links section where you will find links your friends are sharing on Twitter and LinkedIn. You can peruse these articles in a scrollable Reading List format and retweet them. Safari also includes performance improvements designed to make it faster, more reliable and more secure. There are also new features designed to remember your passwords without compromising security.
I was listening to some podcasters I respect arguing about nuances in software development the other day, and thought to myself: I have no idea what these guys are talking about.
Everyone has their favorite (or least favorite, depending on how you look at it) beefs with Apple's iCloud service. But one of my biggest frustrations is that many of iCloud's most-convenient features require you to use Apple's apps--those features simply don't work with third-party programs.