Safari: The Best Browser For Your Mac
Safari browser comes with your Mac and its built-in privacy features are stronger than ever. Privacy and security are something you should always expect, and Safari delivers. It’s built in features help protect user’s privacy and keep your Mac secure. For example, it’s the only browser to offer DuckDuckGo, a search engine that doesn’t track you, as a built-in option.
With Private Browsing, Safari doesn’t remember your search history or your AutoFill information. Each tab in a Private Browsing window is isolated from the others. Thus, websites you view in one tab can’t see your cookies from websites in another tab. (The web pages you visit often leave cookies from third-party websites. These cookies can be used to track where you go on the web, target you with ads, or create a profile of your online activities). Safari blocks these cookies by default. It also prevents third-party websites from leaving data in your cache, local storage, or your databases. All these features help prevent websites you’re logged into from tracking you as you browse. Safari also helps protect you against fraudulent Internet sites and those that possibly harbor malware. If a website looks suspicious, Safari prevents it from loading and warns you beforehand.
The browser works with iCloud to let you browse seamlessly across your devices.
Safari also gives you great ways to find and share your favorites. No other browser offers such a rich web experience, because browsing with Safari makes websites and web applications feel snappier.
This browser now offers native support for Netflix, allowing users to watch Netflix videos faster compared to Chrome and Firefox.
Safari makes it not only simple to find and enjoy the best of the web but provides “Safari Extensions”, a great way to bring even more new features to your fingertips.