SafariStand – Add necessary functions and features to Safari, now Universal

February 3, 2006

SafariStand adds very cool features to Safari; such as a sidebar that shows a preview of open tabs, a seperate window that displays bookmarks and RSS feeds with a way to search through the history and RSS feeds, a “Quick Search” feature in the contextual menu.

SafariStand also gives you options to perform “hacks” and implement extra features into Safari, such as killing favicons and animated GIFs, and including the classic ‘Debug’ menu.

SafariStand is a necessity for my daily Safari use, and now it is a universal binary, so you lucky few with Intel Mac can use it. SafariStand is freeware, and is available to download from Heltima Computer.

One Response

  1. Andy Merrett says:

    What I want is a ‘Bookmark all Tabs’ function in Safari. Do you know of any plugin that does that?

    February 3rd, 2006 at 8:03 am

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