Web browser for Mac OS X that has a Cocoa user interface, and embeds the Gecko engine
Camino is stable enough to use day-to-day, but you may still encounter bugs. You should always keep backup copies of important data that you use with Camino (e.g. your bookmarks file).
Camino is a web browser optimized for Mac OS X with a Cocoa user interface, and powerful Gecko layout engine. It's the simple, secure, and fast browser for Mac OS X.
Camino is a browser that practices the art of simplicity with an uncluttered user interface but with the features you would expect from a modern browser like pop-up blocking settings and tabbed browsing.
Integrated with Google, Camino's Google search field lets you find what you need faster. We take your security and privacy seriously. That's why Camino comes with advanced cookie settings.
Camino also helps you recognize when entering and leaving secure web sites. One of the fastest browsers on MacOS X -innovative features enhance what you get out of the internet.
The power behind Camino is the Gecko rendering engine, built and tested by thousands of volunteers, incorporating the absolute cutting edge in web innovations.
NOTE: Camino 2.1 Beta 2 may be unstable and may not be suitable for day-to-day use on your Mac. Please download Camino 2.0.9 if you want to use a stable version of Camino.
- A bookmark manager with integrated Rendezvous, Address Book (on OSX 10.2+), Top 10 list and Search
- Google Search bar
- Session history on back/forward buttons
- Greatly improved cookie management
- A more compact download manager
- Allow list (white-list) for popup blocking
- Incremental Find-As-You-Type
- Upgrades the Gecko HTML rendering engine from Mozilla 1.0 to Mozilla 1.7, resulting in performance, stability, and rendering improvements.
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What's New in This Release:
- Upgraded to version 220.127.116.11 of the Mozilla Gecko rendering engine, which includes several critical security and stability fixes.