by Joe White
June 2, 2014
Apple has shown off a revamped and hugely improved version of Safari for OS X. The new app is being introduced with OS X 10.10 Yosemite, which Cupertino is in the process of demoing on stage at its WWDC keynote. Besides a stripped down, minimalistic look, Safari for OS X 10.10 offers users an "omnibar" that is unified with Spotlight; an improved (and relocated) sharing button also makes it easier for users to send Web pages to friends and colleagues. Private windows can be created in the app, and in terms of multi-tab Web browsing, Safari is faster and more powerful than ever.