Designed exclusively for Mac OS X, Camino is built on Mozilla’s Gecko rendering engine and offers one of the fastest browsing experiences available.
The only browser available that combines the rendering power of Gecko with the Aqua user interface, Camino offers superior integration with the Mac platform and a focused feature set. Among Camino’s signature features are elegant tabbed browsing, an enhanced bookmarks manager, and built-in ad-blocking.
What’s New in this Version
– Disabled Java on Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard” to prevent crashes (users who need Java should see the Known Issues section for solutions).
– Fixed a possible crash when closing a tab by clicking on its close button.
– Improved ad-blocking.
System Requirements - Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
In version 2.0, it is now possible to reorder the tabs opened by drag and drop or view all of them with the Tab Overview feature. The keyboard navigation is fully supported, including the Tab key. Besides a zoom function for all elements of a web page, the user will observe the integration of the Growl notification system, for example at the end of a download. The software also has a device to filter the display Flash animations. Finally, note that the browser uses the programming interface Google Safe Browsing to prevent users against potentially dangerous websites