Safari update stripped and share-friendly

Jun 2, 2014
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Safari update stripped and share-friendly

There’s a new Safari coming with the rise of OS X Yosemite, one that’s meant to make the browser look far more unique than it has in the past. There’s a new way of searching inside of Safari, with Google Search inside. Searching for a band’s name will now result in a Wikipedia entry first on the list, then "Google Search" with similar search possibilities, Search in History, go to site "keyword", and find "keyword" on this page.

Safari now has a "Private Window" that uses a new set of security measures to keep you private. You’ll also see full implementation of all of the following: WebGL, SPDY, IndexDB, JavaScript Promises, HTML Premium Video, and a better Share menu with recently shared-with results.

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A new user interface for Safari allows you to scroll through tab view - scrolling through tabs in a sort of 3D space. Tabs are also cleaner, with only text and gray lines separating each page you’ve got open at once.

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Sharing a webpage or an image to a friend via email brings up your standard OS X Mail app. Inside this app there’s now implementation of a system called Markup, where you’re able to draw on said images before you send.

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This is just one blip on the expansive set of details being shared on OS X Yosemite this week. Stick around our WWDC 2014 tag portal and our Apple hub for more details as they arrive!


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