The latest Apple Safari is most likely to Google chrome

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A recent news is Safari 6 takes a page most likely to google chrome. Why is this? Does safari team think that google chrome is more popular for its interface?

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The latest Apple Safari is most likely to Google chrome

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The tab of the Safari in synchronized not only to Google chrome but also to Firefox and opera that’s for sure. The new safari lets you flip through your tabs on the Mac the TrackPad will let you use pinch-to-zoom to jump from an open tab. It is still available in the Mountain Lion and the previous version of OS X. apple has not yet mentioned when will be the update available for windows, or which features will work for the mountain Lion version of OS X. it will be shipped along with the Mountain Lion this July. So watch out for it this July.

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The latest Apple Safari is most likely to Google chrome

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Yes, it happened back in 2012 during the company’s World Wide Developer's Conference when Apple unveiled the latest Safari 6. According to Seth Rosenblatt of CNET, the latest version of the Safari web browser looks very similar to Google Chrome. This latest version merges the search and location bar and added gesture support for tabs on Mac TrackPads.

It dumped its search bar in favor of a more unified search-and-URL location bar. During the conference, Craig Federighi, Apple's new head of Mac software engineering, said Safari 6 has the fastest JavaScript engine than other operating system. This latest version also synchronizes tabs from iCloud so users will be able to open tabs from other iCloud-enabled devices.

To think, tab synchronizing has been available in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera although via their own proprietary synchronizing systems. Safari 6 will also allow you to “flip” through your tabs using the Mac TrackPad with latest gestures. The Tab View feature allows you to scroll through your open tabs, a style similar to Cover Flow.

It is unclear during the conference if the TrackPad tab gesture will only work in Mountain Lion or also in earlier versions. Safari 6 for Mac PCs will be integrated with OS X Mountain Lion.

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