Camino 1.5 Released

Jun 5, 2007 - 3 Comments

Mac browser usage goes something like this: #1) Safari #2) Firefox and #3) Camino, after that not much is really relevant. While Camino is not as widely used as Safari and Firefox, it’s still a good browser, and some Mac users swear buy it claiming it is better than both it’s better known brothers. If you’re looking to try a new web browser, than now is a great time to try Camino, because version 1.5 carries a bunch of improvement and features that you will be sure to enjoy. Here’s a rundown:
* Spell Checking – spell checker built into every text field
* RSS Feed detection – automatically detect RSS feeds
* Session saving – remembers the sites you are currently visiting and saves them for another session
* Improved tabs – various tabbed browsing features and improvements
* Annoyance Blocking – block pop-ups, obnoxious flash animations, and plugins

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Posted by: Bill Ellis in Mac OS X, OS X Apps

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  1. channelduel says:

    Camino sucks and so does Safari, don’t waste your time with either of those. Stick with the only real browser in the world, Firefox, because its cross platform and does everything you could want out of a web browser

  2. Peter says:

    Opera !

  3. K.B.B.O says:

    Camino sucks… Chrome Rocks!

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