Camino Browser 2.1.2 LATEST
Mac OS X 10.4 or later
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The first version of Camino Browser for macOS was released in late 2001 when developers from Netscape Mike Pinkerton, Vidur Apparao and Dave Hyatt decided to port Gecko engine to Mac. This started the open source project for Camino Browser that was helmed by Mike Pinkerton after Dave Hyatt went to Apple to work on leading Apple’s Safari browser team. For 11 years, the tool project remained active, providing its user base constant set of updates and expansions of functionality that made it very usable and competitive with all of its competitors. However, in late May of 2013, it was announced that further work on developing the app Project is halted.
With thousands of contributors to its source code, the app offers a fast and reliable browsing experience that will greatly improve your experiences on the web. Features such as tab overview, phishing and malware detection, and annoyance blocking, the software will enable you to browse safe, faster and easier than ever before.
Features and Highlights
Location Bar Autocomplete
This tool includes enhanced location bar autocomplete, making it even easier to visit web pages you’ve visited before. The browser now matches against both titles and URLs of pages from your Bookmarks and History.
Can’t find that webpage? With the app’s Tab Overview, you can see all your open tabs at a glance and switch to the one you’re looking for with ease.
Phishing & Malware Protection
The browser includes built-in phishing and malware protection using the same data provider as popular browsers like Firefox, Safari, and Google Chrome.
The app’s built-in annoyance blocking can block pop-ups, ads, and Flash animations. If a site requires Flash animations or pop-ups, The program can add an exception for just that site and still block annoyances on other sites.
The tool includes the ability to save usernames and passwords in the Mac OS X Keychain, maintaining compatibility with Safari and other Mac OS X applications and making switching browsers easier.
The app’s many tabbed browsing features include a scrollable tab bar, drag and drop rearranging of tabs, and a tabs menu listing all the window’s tabs.
Note: After a decade-long run, Camino is no longer being developed.