Apple promised a way to block websites from cross-site tracking in Safari in macOS High Sierra and iOS 11. Here’s how to see if it’s enabled.
This release tests out the Files and Directory Entries API, as well as a new encryption scheme called Elliptic Curve P-521.
High Sierra is here! And one of its most useful new features is the subject of today’s Quick Tip. If you’re annoyed by videos that auto-play on websites, we’re going to tell you how to stop that from happening altogether.
That’s a pretty serious allegation, saying a single browser is going to sabotage the economic infrastructure of the internet.
Here’s what you need to know to make your own custom keyboard shortcuts for Mac apps.
This is a great feature because it’s faster to open links this way than long-pressing them or even using 3D Touch.
With this feature, whenever you share a link to an AMP page, it will automatically share the original URL, instead of the AMP URL.
This release tests out Payment Requests for Web Payments, and adds support for phonetic names in Apple Pay.
Apple launched a new Safari Extensions section on the Mac App Store this week. Currently there are 27 Safari Extensions on the MAS, a mix of free and for-fee Extensions. The original Safari Extensions Gallery website is still available, too, though, where you can find every Extension available. There wasn’t a lot of information released with the Mac App Store addition, and we don’t yet know if Apple plans to move all of them. Safari Extensions add hooks into apps, services, and other features into Apple’s Safari browser. Many are free—especially app companions—while others come with a (small) price tag.
This release tests Apple Pay support for Cartes Bancaires, France’s interbank network, as well as 33 different bug fixes.
Safari’s tech preview releases are aimed at developers, and are similar to the developer betas for macOS and iOS.
You can prevent tracking in Safari running macOS High Sierra. It uses machine learning to stop websites from tracking you across the web.
This release includes performance improvements, as well as a host of bug fixes, tweaks, and other changes.
Today’s Quick Tip is on using a few keys on your keyboard to modify the way that the back button (or your history!) works in Safari on the Mac.
If you’ve ever needed to remove a single item from your browsing history, then you probably have something to hide. Or maybe not! Maybe you just wanted to search for a present for someone without him finding out, right? Right? If that’s your story and you’re sticking to it, come on in and find out how to delete individual browser history items!
The switch away from Safari for DirecTV Now comes just as Apple is touting significant performance increases for the browser as part of the upcoming macOS High Sierra update.
You’ll be glad to finally be able to open a CNN web site without an ad or other video blaring at you right from the start.
Melissa Holt shows you how to check for malicious and unwanted Safari extensions on your Mac.
Andrew Orr has another cool tip from Reddit. Using a simple keyboard shortcut, you can use your Mac’s Spotlight to directly search using your default search engine. It saves you from manually going to Safari and searching from the address bar.