I routinely use several web browsers, often at the same time. Recently I’ve tended to use Firefox, though as of today I’m testing out Safari 4 beta. The other browser that’s usually open on screen is OmniWeb. I bought it ages ago, and have had good use from it.
My favourite feature is its workspaces. I have half a dozen saved workspaces, each with half a dozen websites — one for banking, one for checking comments on my blogs, another for a site I’ve been developing recently where I need several URLs ready to hand.
Now Mac users who don’t choose to pay for a browser can also use OmniWeb:
The Omni Group on Tuesday decided to make three of its apps available as freeware. The applications are available for download with no restrictions.
… The Omni Group said OmniWeb, OmniDazzle, OmniDiskSweeper, and OmniObjectMeter are all available with no licensing restrictions and are fully functional.
Other great features include per site preferences, saved browsing sessions, browser spoofing, the wonderful thumbnail drawer, dragging tabs into a different sequence or to another window, integration with 1Password, an extensive history, grouped by date, and Page Info.
Can you tell I love this web browser?