Apple’s new Safari 3.2 was released 2 days ago with some new features, bug fixes, and enhanced security. Apple has added phishing protection, identification of online business websites, and image handling has become smoother and prevents certain malicious JPEG & TIFF files from crashing Safari.
The Apple browser is constantly being upgraded by Apple’s software engineers as they diligently try and make Safari the best browser around. Compared to other popular browsers like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome, Safari is the fastest and has the most elegant user interface.
It was specifically designed for blazing fast performance and includes tons of innovative features like SnapBack, built-in RSS, resizable text fields on any website, private browsing and much more. Safari has definitely come a long way since it’s first beta release in January 2003 and is one of the most advanced browsers in the market.
It can be downloaded completely free for Tiger, Leopard or Windows based systems from Apple’s website or through Apple’s Software Update program.