Safari 10

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Another awesome feature: if you click the back button on a page which has just opened in a new tab, the tab is automatically closed again!
Chris Messina
Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
The biggest change isn't mentioned in the release notes... support for Apple Pay! Release notes for Safari 10, which is included in macOS Sierra: The Safari 10 update is recommended for all 03 X El Capitan users and contains improvements to privacy, compatibility, and security. This update: • Adds support for Safari Extensions from the Mac App Store • Displays HTML5 video whenever available for faster load times, better battery life, and stronger security • Enhances security by running plug-ins only on websites you authorize • Improves AutoFill and adds support for auto-filling information from any contact in Contacts • Enhances the formatting in Reader view • Remembers zoom level for each website users visit For detailed information on the security content of this update, please visit: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222.
Marcos Ortiz
Marcos Ortiz@marcosluis2186 · Co-founder at Capital Latino, LLC
@chrismessina from my perspective, this is the most important feature they have released in years. It could change the $1.6 Trillion e-commerce industry. Recently, I wrote a post about @Adyen the Payments company behind the global expansion of Facebook, Uber, Spotify, Netflix, Evernote, SurveyMonkey and many more. The topic of the post is why every company must use Adyen as its Growth Hack to conquer the world through payments, and one of the key reasons is its support for Apple Pay. You can check the post here: https://medium.com/p/d4dff5c0916d/
H.Murchison
H.Murchison@hmurchison
Safari on the Mac is better than Chrome with regard to batter life and of course integration but if you rely on Chrome extension or do development Chrome's Web Inspector is hard to beat.
Steven Hambleton
Steven Hambleton@stinhambo · Founder, Emailancer
If Safari supported separate identities per browser window, I'd be there. I find Safari much less of a memory hog than Chrome.
João Faustino
João Faustino@jffaustino · Designer
I would like to use it, but I can't without the favicons. If you have a few tabs open (and you don't need a lot), it's a mess to navigate.