What is Safari?
It is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers. Handy tools help you save, find, and share your favorite sites. Built-in privacy features help keep your browsing your business.
Safari is a tool in the Web Browser category of a tech stack.
Who uses Safari?
3 companies reportedly use Safari in their tech stacks, including WorkForce Development, webapp, and CodeCooler Solutions LLC.
19 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Safari.
Swagger UI, iOS, macOS, Mac OS X, and Todoist are some of the popular tools that integrate with Safari. Here's a list of all 20 tools that integrate with Safari.
Why developers like Safari?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Safari
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- Defending your online privacy and security
- Intelligent Tracking Prevention
- Sandboxing for websites
- Fingerprinting defense
- Protection from harmful sites
Safari Alternatives & Comparisons
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A free and open source web browser developed by The Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, Mozilla Corporation. Firefox is available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, BSD, and more.
Commonly known simply as Chrome. It was first released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows, and was later ported to Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android.
It is a fast and secure browser designed for Windows 10. Microsoft Edge comes exclusively with Windows 10 and cannot be downloaded or installed separately. It has easy tools to preview, group, and save tabs. Quickly find, manage, and open tabs you set aside without leaving the page you’re on.
It is a fast, private and secure web browser for PC and mobile. It blocks ads and trackers. It prevents you from being tracked by sneaky advertisers, malware and pop-ups.
A fully functional browser on its own and supplies the vast majority of code for the Google Chrome browser.