The latest version of Apple’s Safari web browser brings with it the ability to choose from Google, Bing and Yahoo! as your search engine plus has Safari Extensions on board.
Safari 5 also brings Safari Reader: a new option of form factor for the browser specifically for reading articles – both single and multipage – on the web by displaying them in a scrollable view with no additional content.
Safari will auto-detect if an article is on screen and present an option to click on the Reader icon in the ‘smart address field’ and this also gives options to enlarge, print or send via email.
"Safari continues to lead the pack in performance, innovation and standards support," said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice-president of Worldwide Product Marketing.
"Safari now runs on over 200 million devices worldwide and its open source WebKit engine runs on over 500 million devices."
Image: Safari 5 incorporates Bing, Google and Yahoo! web browsers