Apple Safari is the browser used on Mac OS, but computer users can also benefit from its features, as a maximum compatibility installment is available. This browser is mainly intended for those that want a bigger change from the main competitors on the market. The functions of this browser are different and they might prove quite interesting and helpful. Reading List is probably the first feature that a user can find different and this is a small folder in which users can save links that will be checked later, just like a playlist queue.
There are quite a lot of similarities between this browser and other tools when it comes to the main design, but users should be advised that the main search area only browses throughout the history of the browser, while the right box is used to search the entire web. There are a lot of different settings that can be explored in the dedicated tab and private browsing is the first one that is spotted. Pop-ups can be blocked by this application without a third party extension added to it, while there is still a large library of such widgets that can be integrated with the tool.
The Bookmarks menu features the reading list, the complete list of bookmarks but also a small list that provides access to the most visited websites. If users need a menu in order to explore a single page, they can do this with the dedicated button of the browser. Safari features a rather limited bookmark import feature but users can find a solution with ease. The browser is lightweight and it features a number of different settings that can be used for a better browsing experience. It has an automated form filler that can be configured from the very beginning and this saves a lot of time.