Add support for Safari browser.

Ben shared this idea 2 years ago
Planned

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I hope this happens, soon—Safari seems to be the last browser to get up to speed in a number of applications; Mac people tend toward the arts and humanities, PCs toward science, math, and government . . . .

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Couldn't agree more - particularly in light of the recent Firefox add-on disabling cluster-****

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Given the large user base/market share of Safari, this is an important gap for Kopernio to fill. Quite agree that many of us in the social sciences and humanities are long-time Mac users. Also many of us preferentially use Safari in sensitive research to avoid giving so much control over our data to Google.

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This would be most welcome. I love Kopernio. But use Mac. Don't like Chrome because of battery and RAM use. Love Safari instead. It would be a blessing to have the Safari add-on. Thanks for considering!

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ASAP! Please!!!!

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Please!!!!!!

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It would be very helpful!!

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I also agree, and I must to add that science working people as me also use Mac computers.

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It's difficult to understand that you want to grow (and even ask us to share the news) but leave out a whole community (Mac). So please do it!

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Would be great to see this.

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Is this going to happen? Or are you ignoring an incredibly large base of customers that will use your product if you make it compatible with Safari? I primarily use Safari because Chrome is such a drain on my battery life and RAM when it's constantly open. Hope to see you implement this soon.

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Unfortunately, Safari doesn't support the technology/infrastructure that Kopernio relies on. However, we do keep an eye on Safari updates and releases as we hope to bring Kopernio to more browsers.


Currently, Kopernio is compatible with Firefox, Edge and Chrome, all of which available for macOS.

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Hi Virag. The next version of Safari in macOS Big Sur will support standard WebExtensions API, as used in Firefox and chromium based browsers. Is this all that is necessary for Kopernio to work in Safari? Many thanks.

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Hi Adrian, Thank you for your comment. We are aware and excited - looking forward to bringing Kopernio to Safari in the future. Thanks for bearing with us:)

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