All the major browsers for Mac users are fast, render web pages well, and have options for extensions to enhance the utility of the browser. What’s not to like? Why would you try another browser? What is it they say? “Nothing improves without change.” Roccat Browser looks like Safari but thinks different.
Instead of using boring tabs within a browser window, Roccat gives you visual tabs of each web page below the toolbar.
All tabs are saved when you quit Roccat. Default tabs are there if you don’t need the thumbnail version called VisiTabs, which can be reordered and easily switched.
Roccat also has the Safari option to use different user agents so you can fake out websites which require a specific browser.
Why does Roccat look so much like Safari? It’s based on Safari’s engine, WebKit.
Other options include bookmarklets, glowing text boxes, zooming text boxes, and multi-touch gestures to switch between web pages when using VisiTabs.
Wait. There’s more!
Pinch to zoom using your Magic Trackpad or MacBook trackpad. And, of course, because it’s built on WebKit, Roccat handles CSS3 and HTML5 with ease and speed. You’ll find a few other features that make Roccat worth a try out, including Quick Find, developer tools, and more.