Tag Archives: Safari

Flash is disabled by default on Safari 10 in macOS Sierra

In the mist of yesterday’s announcements at WWDC, Adobe’s Flash Player will now be disabled by default on Safari 10 in macOS Sierra. This means that sites that have HTML5 versions will use that instead of its Flash counterpart. Sites that support both will not be able to detect an installation of Flash. Safari is smart, however, because it will allow…

Apple releases OS X El Capitan

After months in beta testing, Apple has released OS X El Capitan, the next major OS X update, to Mac users. The update is available through the Mac App Store as a free download. El Capitan doesn’t bring as many changes to the Mac as Yosemite did in 2014. But it does build off of that same foundation, bringing small tweaks and improvements that refine the…

iOS 9 How-To: Content Blockers

Another neat new feature in iOS 9 is the ability to add content blockers to Safari. In essence, this brings ad blocking to iOS Safari for the first time. iOS 9 has only been available for a day, yet we’re already seeing several content blockers rank high in the App Store charts. Content blockers, like other extensions in iOS, must be downloaded along…

Apple announces OS X El Capitan

First on Apple’s agenda for WWDC 2015 was OS X 10.11, dubbed OS X El Capitan. Craig Federighi came on stage to discuss the main focuses of the latest version of OS X, which will be released this fall as a free upgrade. Before moving to experience enhancements, Federighi noted that 55% of Mac users are on OS X Yosemite, compared to about 7% of Windows…

iOS 8 feature highlight: Safari on iPad

Apple surprised the majority of the tech community during WWDC on Monday, where it announced major additions and improvements to iOS 8. Surprising because it happened just one year after the major revamp of iOS with iOS 7. With iOS 8, Apple has greatly improved Safari for iPad users. From an improved tab view, access to recently closed tabs, an improved…

webNES lets you play NES games without jailbreaking, right from Safari

If you’ve wanted to play NES games from your iPhone but aren’t someone that enjoys the pros of jailbreaking (or dislikes the cons), then some developer’s have put together something you’re sure to enjoy. Made by @conradev, @jawerty, @bogidon, @elklein96, and the base by @bfirsh, webNES allows you to play NES games straight from your mobile browser, as…

Google Drive update brings ability to open links in Chrome and Safari

If you are a Google Drive user that has been frustrated with the iOS application’s inability to open links in Chrome and/or Safari, today’s your lucky day. An update for Google Drive to version 1.5.0 has just been pushed to the App Store, bringing with it this specific ability. Of course, this also comes with its helping of stabilization and bug fixes, as…