By venqoo GmbH
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
One tool to rule them all
Get virtually as many default web browsers as you want.
With Browser Fairy you can you can even have individual default web browsers for every app and literally every web page.
You always wanted to automatically open different web sites in browsers of your choice? Now you can.
Use Browser Fairy to connect your favorite web sites or any app with your prefered browsers.
A click on a link - let's say in Mail or Twitter - Browser Fairy brings up the right browser for you.
You got rid of the Flash plugin in Safari? Well, just use Browser Fairy to open your Flash sites in a different browser.
While browsing the web in Safari you can easily open Safaris current page in a different browser with a click on the optional Browser Fairy Safari Extension.
By clicking on the "Download Browser Extensions" button Browser Fairy will download the Extension from our web site.
No more copy and paste of URLs to different browsers.
What's New in Version 1.7.2
Bugfix: url opened from terminal was not processed.
Clever utility, great way to protect my privacy
Just got it set up, so far this is a great way to automatically open links for creepy companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter in an alternate browser. I’ve tested it with links from a few apps, like Tweetbot and Mail, and it works like a charm.
Since it’s rule-based, though, about my only compaint is I wish there were rule templates for some of its use cases, like being a web developer or protecting one’s privacy. Something like a rule template of “open all Google links in X browser” and all the relevant URLs are already filled in (since many of these companies have lots of sub-properties and all sorts of regular and shortened URLs).
Still, this is just what I’ve been looking for. Works great.
Great little helper if you use more than one browser
I love this little app. It works unobtrusively in the background and steers URLs to the browser of your choice. It can do that based on rules you define, via a popup selector, and also offers a default browser.
It is one of those helpful apps that you get so used to that you only realize you are missing it once you work on another computer.
I use different browsers for my personal and academic life. My productivity has increased, no more copy and paste orgies like before.
I love this app!
I had no idea that something like this even existed until I saw it in the app store today. With so many newspapers requiring a password after a certain amount of views opening up another browser is the only way to circumvent the problelm.
Browser Fairy makes opening up another browser a breeze. It’s fantastic.