More Safari Software ?

 

  • Saft is a Safari plugin to add features like draggable tabs, full-screen browsing, searchable bookmarks and history, URL shortcuts, kiosk mode and more.
  • 1Password is a Password Manager that uniquely brings you both Security and Convenience. It is the only program that provides Anti-Phishing protection and goes beyond password management by adding Web Form Filling and Automatic Strong Password Generation.
  • Videobox allows you to quickly and easily download Flash video from most all of the popular video sites on the internet. Videobox will convert the video into a native Quicktime format so it’s ready to view on your Mac, iPod, iPhone or iTunes.
  • Web Snapper lets you capture web pages – exactly as they appear in your browser. You can send them to a file, as images or vector-based, multi-page PDFs.
  • Safari AdBlock blocks ads in Safari. It is free of charge and under the GPL license.
  • Download Safari 3 For Windows XP or Vista (Safari 3 for Mac OS X Tiger is now included in the free 10.4.11 software update) or as part of Mac OS 10.5 Leopard.
  • The Safari Microformats plugin notifies you when the author of the website has published Microformats and allows you to easily import hCards and hCalendars in Address Book and iCal.
  • iPhoney gives you a pixel-accurate web browsing environment—powered by Safari—that you can use when developing web sites for iPhone. It’s the perfect 320 by 480-pixel canvas for your iPhone development. And it’s free. Now that both the iPhone and the iPod touch support web browsing, the user base who may be enjoying content optimized for the “mini Safari” experience will certainly grow. iPhoney is a great tool for basic testing if you don’t happen to have hardware on hand.
  • SafariSource is a SIMBL plugin that adds syntax coloring to Safari’s source view.
  • DeliciousSafari: Use and create del.icio.us bookmarks from the Safari web browser via a file-menu style interface
  • Safari Bookmark Exporter is designed to do one thing and do it well: export bookmarks from Safari. Browser support:
    Camino, Firefox, OmniWeb, Mozilla.
  • Bookdog is the world’s premier shepherd and guardian of your bookmarks for the world’s premier operating system, Mac OS X. Bookdog can sort, organize, eliminate duplicates, automatically verify, migrate and synchronize bookmarks between Safari, Camino, Firefox, OmniWeb and Opera.
  • SafariStand is another extension that offers a number of enhancements. Including an undocumented way to directly download flash video files from sites like YouTube (see BrandSpankingNew blog for details on this).
  • The Safari Tidy plugin is a small plugin that lets you validate the webpages you browse for (x)html compliance.
  • SafariBlock is a seamless extension to Safari Web Browser that supports ad-blocking.
  • ForgetMeNot is a Safari plug-in which remembers the tabs and windows you have opened when you quit Safari, and reloads those same windows and tabs when you restart Safari.
  • The Red Snapper is a light-weight Safari plugin that lets you capture web pages and save them out as a graphic or a PDF. Because the Red Snapper captures the “whole” web page – leaving out “unnecessary” elements like the browser trim.
  • Cooliris is a set of free browser extensions that give you the power to quickly preview the underlying content of links without clicking. Simply rest your mouse over a link and see the content immediately.
  • Safari Tidy plugin: The Tidy plugin for Safari checks websites for (x)html compliance using, what else, Tidy.
  • MappingService is a utility for working with mapping websites. Select text (e.g. an address) in an email, webpage or other document, then choose Map from the Services menu to display a map using one of the following sites: Google Maps; ZoomIn Australia; ZoomIn New Zealand
  • Safari Icon Manager: This little piece of software can browse, edit, and empty your Safari icon cache.
  • AcidSearch is a search enhancement for Safari. It adds unlimited “Search Channels” to the Google search field (Free).
  • Safarilicious parses your Safari bookmarks and allows to export them to your del.icio.us account. And even more, it has a nifty Update Option which, if activated, only exports those bookmarks which are not on your del.icio.us account yet.
  • BM Safari Tabs 1.0 is a script that allows you to bookmark all of Safari’s currently open tabs.
  • Inquisitor 3 – “It’s like Spotlight for the web. Start typing and websites pop up immediately, along with ideas to refine your search. It’ll auto-complete your words (is it reading your mind?) and you can add more search engines to Safari with customized keyboard shortcuts.” (Now Free)
  • PithHelmet is an extended site preferences and ad blocking plugin for Apple’s Safari browser. The basic purpose of the plugin is to empower you the user to view the web as you like. You can block ad images, Flash, Shockwave or horrible midi loops – the world is your oyster.
  • delicious2safari imports your del.icio.us bookmarks to Safari.
  • SafariBookmarkChecker allows you check the validity of your Safari Bookmarks, FAST !, ie it can check 1’000 bookmarks in less than 2 minutes on a 1GHz machine.
  • Safari Scrapbook is a standalone program; you can’t access it from within Safari, nor does it require Safari to be running to work. It collects URLs from Safari’s History folder. You can use it to keep track of websites visited with Safari months or even years from the visit date. Without it, Safari’s History lasts only 14 days. Other options let you print the currently selected page or export the contents of a page in view as a text file, Stickies file or iPod Notes folder.
  • Paparazzi! is a small utility for Mac OS X that makes screenshots of webpages. It uses the WebKit framework, so captures will look like page views in Safari.