OmniWeb for Mac
Most browsers have tabs, but OmniWeb builds on the idea of viewing multiple web pages in a single window by offering thumbnails. When you create a new tab in your tab drawer, a thumbnail graphic allows you to easily identify the page. Keep your browsing organized and productive by quickly switching back and forth between them, changing their position in the drawer, creating new tabs on the fly, and even dragging and dropping tabs from one window to another. For those times when you have a lot of pages in a single window, you can change to a list mode so you don't have to scroll.
With OmniWeb's Workspaces feature, your individual web habits can be saved in one convenient location. When you create a workspace, OmniWeb saves which web pages you have in your open tabs, history, and even the location of windows on your screen. Take a snapshot of a workspace and instantly restore the workspace from the snapshot, clearing away any changes made to the workspace in the meantime. You can even share your workspace files with other OmniWeb users.
You can do much more than simply block ads with OmniWeb. You can choose to view popups only when you ask for them (like if you specifically click a link), you can tell OmniWeb to block any ad content coming from a known ad server, you can block all Flash content, and much more.
On each individual domain you can choose how to interact with the content. Change the text size, tell OmniWeb where to save downloads for a particular site, even specify which sites you would like to allow popup windows and advertising on.
With OmniWeb, you can build shortcuts to any searchable website, like Google or the Internet Movie Database. You can save space on your toolbar by typing your shortcut keywords into the location field, or you can create a Search Shortcut field where all your shortcuts are available from a drop down menu.
Latest release: July 20 2012
- OmniWeb is now signed with Developer ID so it works well with Gatekeeper on Mountain Lion.