Camino is an open source web browser for best browsing experience for Mac OS X users. Camino was developed by The Camino Project. The software lets user browse fast and safe and comes with phishing and malware detection.
Camino is available for Mac OS X 10.4 or later. User can download the software from this web browser website.
Camino Highlight Features:
Tab Overview – Lets user open many tabs at a glance.
Phishing & Malware Protection – Comes with built-in phishing and malware protection using the same data provider as popular browsers like Firefox, Safari, and Google Chrome.
Tabbed Browsing Improvements – Comes with built-in tabbed browsing includes a scrollable tab bar, drag and drop rearranging of tabs, and a tabs menu listing all the window’s tabs.
Download Notifications – Supports Growl download notification.
Annoyance Blocking – Lets user block pop-ups, ads, and Flash animations.
Keychain Support – Has the ability to save usernames and passwords in the Mac OS X Keychain, maintaining compatibility with Safari and other Mac OS X applications and making switching browsers easier.
AppleScript Support – Helps automate their browsing tasks with AppleScript feature.
Spell-checking – Comes with spell-checking in every text field.
Feed Detection – Supports the detection of RSS and Atom feeds in web pages and can pass the feeds to user’s favorite feed reader, including certain web-based readers like Google Reader, Bloglines, and My Yahoo.
Full Content Zoom – Lets user views the entire content of a web page instead of just increasing (or decreasing) the text size.
Software Update – Makes it easy to stay up-to-date with the latest features and security fixes.
Full Keyboard Access – Comes with better keyboard control to the tab bar, the pop-up blocker, and the Find bar.
Session Saving – The software remembers the pages that users were visiting when they quit and automatically loading them the next time they start.
Recently Closed Tabs – Can contain a sub-menu listing the last 20 closed web pages, giving user quick access to that page they didn’t mean to close.
Web Standards – Supports the most popular web standards in use on today’s websites.