Breach for Mac
Create your own personal web browser and improve your overall browsing experience
Breach comes with a simple, clean and intuitive interface that enables you to quickly and easily visit various web pages.
The best part about Breach is that all featured elements are actually modules, a web-app running its own process.
Thus, all functions and features in Breach are provided by interchangeable modules and, as a result, you have to add various modules to built the desired web browser.
It is worth mentioning that Breach modules ca be addressed via a Github repository or a local directory path.
Add new features and expand Breach’s capabilities with ease
One of the module that comes with Breach is the “mod_strip”, which provides a couple of experimental features that you can try. As follows, you can stack your tabs and always display first the most recently used tab in order to stay focused on your work.
On top of that, Breach’s “mod_strip” offers tab filtering feature capable to display only tabs that match your query as you start typing in the URL dialog window. The last feature helps you identify tabs quicker by matching the color of the tab with the colors present on the loaded webpage.
Easily install, kill, restart and remove modules
Just like any other modern browser, Breach offers support for multiple tabs and makes it easy for you to enjoy the content of the visited webpage in window or full screen mode.
By accessing the “Configure Modules’ window you can easily view and manage all installed and running modules. Consequently, you have the option to kill, restart, update or remove a module. Moreover, Breach enables you to easily install new modules and view the version of the currently installed modules.