iCab 4.8

iCab is an Internet Browser designed for Mac OS X users.
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iCab is a web browser designed exclusively for Mac OS X users; it features a built-in tab system, search engine query, bookmarks manager, history, bookmarks and a few more tools not present in other browsers like the DOM inspector, script debugger, download manager.

There's a comprehensive division of the navigation and favorites toolbar, tabs and status bar in the browser's interface. This comes of no surprise to anyone who has used a browser before. It also features a search field that will direct queries to a choice of multiple popular search engines. Mark your favorite links as bookmarks and manage them in folders using the built-in manager. The History window will provide access to all visited web pages, ordered chronologically.

The Session Feature allows users to quickly save all opened browser tabs that may be loaded at a later date. Configure which cookies will be accepted by iCab and which rejected from the Filter Manager. The Download Manager will help users to download either an individual file or a whole website on their disk. The DOM Inspector makes iCab more web-developer friendly; view the DOM tree and navigate through the structure of the current webpage.

All in all, iCab is a powerful and flexible web browser that should attract all user types regardless of experience.

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Pros

  • Simple to use
  • Feature rich

Cons

  • Nag screen unlocked by registering

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All in all, it is a nice web browser. But it feels a bit too pricey, as there are decent free rivals.

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