Tag Archive: Safari


Safari Technology Preview for Mac OS X Released, Aimed at Developers

Apple has released a new developer focused version of Safari, called Safari Technology Preview. The new browser is aimed at more advanced Mac users who want to “get a sneak peak at upcoming web technologies in OS X and iOS” and test those experimental technologies on websites, web applications, and with Safari extensions and plug-ins. … Read More

Fix iOS Web Link Crashing Bug in Safari, Messages, Mail with a Song & Dance Routine

A large number of iPhone and iPad users are having problems with links not working in Safari, Mail, or Messages after updating their devices to iOS 9.3, and in some cases with iOS 9.2.1 as well. In the worst situations, not only do tapping on links not work, but the Safari browser actually crashes when … Read More

Pro Tip: Get full desktop versions of your favorite websites in iOS 9 Safari

Whereas most websites these days — Cult of Mac included — are responsive to whatever device you’re browsing on, there are still a few websites out there that will serve you a special mobile version when you head there on your iPhone. Unfortunately, sometimes the functionality of the full desktop version of the website is […]

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How to pin Safari tabs in El Capitan

Let’s be honest: there are a handful of sites that you visit a lot, open in tabs in Safari. If you want to keep these tabs ready to go in every Safari window you open, even after you’ve quit Safari and re-launched it, you can use El Capitan’s new tab pinning feature to keep pages […]

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How to pin Safari tabs in El Capitan

Let’s be honest: there are a handful of sites that you visit a lot, open in tabs in Safari. If you want to keep these tabs ready to go in every Safari window you open, even after you’ve quit Safari and re-launched it, you can use El Capitan’s new tab pinning feature to keep pages […]

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Why you’re stupid if you don’t use Safari on your MacBook

We’ve seen before that changing from Chrome to Safari can make a big difference on your Mac’s battery life. But if you haven’t switched from Chrome or Firefox to Safari yet, this fact might change your mind: if you’re a MacBook user, you’re losing an average of 1 hour of total battery life by using […][Read More…]

Master web notifications in Safari and Chrome

Websites these days have another tool to engage you with content: the desktop notification. Many sites, this one included, will allow you to opt in to a system of pop-up notices that allow you to click through and see new…Read more ›

Apple paves the way for ad blockers in Safari for iOS 9

Apple is planning to open up mobile Safari to “Content Blockers,” according to a new features discovered in the iOS 9 beta. The change could pave the way for ad blocking extensions, which prevent images, popups, and other content from loading…Read more ›

Get your Safari bookmarks from your Mac to your iPhone

I took the plunge and downloaded a password manager today, and when I was researching how to use it on my iPhone, one help page said I needed to put some bookmarklets onto my Mac and then move them over…Read more ›

Safari 8.0.6, Safari 7.1.6, & Safari 6.2.6 Released for Mac Users

Apple has released a series of security updates for the Safari web browser, versioned as 8.0.6 for OS X Yosemite, Safari 7.16 for OS X Mavericks, and Safari 6.2.6 for OS X Mountain Lion. Release notes accompanying the small update mention that it “contains improvements to security”, making it recommended for all Mac Safari users … Read More