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Download Safari 5.1.1 for Windows and OS X, Now with iCloud Support [Download Link]

As you can see from all the tech news, Apple is currently on fire as they have been pushing hardware and software left and right. First, they launched their next major smartphone release, the iPhone 4S which was proven to be a hit since it was made available for preorder. And of course, another big shot was released as well when iOS 5 is finally out of its beta shackles and now made available to the general public. And now to keep Apple on the roll, they also pushed out a new version of their web browser Safari for Windows and OS X.

Safari 5.1.1
The new version is Safari 5.1.1 which now includes support for iCloud. Now with iCloud integration you will be able to store your bookmarks and Reading List and sync them all across your devices. So what exactly is Reading List? Well it works just like the popular paid app called Instapaper which lets the user save web pages so he or she can read it later which makes it perfect for reading long articles or blog entries or perhaps if you simply find an article interesting but simply do not have the time now.

Safari 5.1.1 includes support for iCloud, a breakthrough set of free cloud services. iCloud stores your Safari bookmarks and Safari Reading List and automatically pushes them to all your devices.

Apple has also managed to further improve the speed and performance of Safari, reportedly supporting 13% better JavaScript performance than the previous version. This sort of improvements are always welcome as they can go a long way in enhancing the user experience. Other notable improvements include better PDF support, improved zooming feature and better printing efficiency.

The new Safari 5.1.1 is certainly a welcome update from Apple. But we just do not see anyone who have been using a different browser for ages will be switching to Safari with this update. But avid users of Safari will certainly love this new update.

Download Safari 5.1.1 for OS X and Windows.

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    Thomas Friedrich9 years, 9 months ago

    So they reinvented the wheel once again. Why don’t they use ReadItLater?!