Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Browseback

I've just come across the first application which meant that I wished I was running Tiger on my Powerbook rather than Panther, it might finally be time to upgrade...


Browseback running on my iMac server

Browseback (via TUAW), which looks like it'll prove to be a lot more useful than Dashboard for day to day use, visually displays your browser history and is pretty much a killer application for someone who spends as much time tied into a browser as I do...

This sort of thing, along with exposé for tabbed browsing, is what Apple themselves should be doing with Safari. These are the sort of usability features that blow the socks off other browers, so why doesn't Safari have them?