From The Omni Group:
OmniWeb is a full-featured native web browser for Mac OS X. Highly multi-threaded and written using Apple's Cocoa frameworks, OmniWeb is designed to provide you with the best user experience you'll find in a web browser. We think it's important to polish every user interaction to make sure that the browser acts the way you want it to--so you can stop thinking about the application you're using and just get at the information you want, quickly. (If you don't like anything about OmniWeb's user experience, please let us know!)
What's new in this version: OmniWeb is now signed with Developer ID so it works well with Gatekeeper on Mountain Lion.
More Products to Consider
- Web browser with Mozilla's rendering engine.
- Connect with friends, preview search results, and get website u...
- Alternative Web browser with server-side compression for slow c...
- Explore the web using Google's super-fast browser.
- View Flash content in your Web browser.
- Surf the Web, block pop-ups, and keep spyware at bay with a lea...
- Download a new, fast browser.
- Beta channel of Google's web browser.
- Browse the web comfortably.
- Access Facebook without a web browser.
- Rich media content plugin for the web.
- Create a whitelist of your favorite cookies & more.
- Get the most out of social networking and the Web in this brows...
- Web browser.
- Cocoa web browser.
- Browse the web with minimalism.
- Block ad elements in Safari.
- Search the web items and products, price drops, in stock, daily...
- Combine powerful browsing with media downloading and sharing.
- Check out the latest beta of the next Firefox update.
- Browsers-integration-oriented bookmarks manager.
- PPC disassembler.
- Maintain your anonymity online and secure your web session.
- Protects privacy online and secures your computer.
All versions:3.9 stars
out of 674 votes
Current version:3.0 stars
out of 1 votes
My rating:Write review
Results 1-1 of 1
"Seems to solve Facebook super slo-mo scrolling"
Version: OmniWeb 5.11.2
Seems to work well (basic functionality). Solves the Facebook "super slo-mo" scrolling problem, & my 1 attempt at viewing a video stream worked MUCH better than either Firefox or Safari for 10.5.
Can't figure out a way to import my bookmarks & preferences from Firefox (or Safari).
If I could do the above, this would be my new default browser.
Add Your Review
Submit your reply
E-mail this review
Report offensive content
See more CNET content tagged: