MASTER YOUR MAC

Level Up Your Browser

Extensions let Safari do more.

Safari extensions let you extend the browser’s capabilities to give you more control. You’ll be able to better manage your accounts and passwords, block online ads and trackers, save web pages for offline reading, and much more.

Adding an extension is easy: Just download it from the Mac App Store, open Safari’s Preferences window (Safari > Preferences), and click Extensions. Then check the box next to an extension to enable it. Some extensions require a companion app; downloading the app automatically installs the extension.

Manage your Safari extensions, and see what kinds of data each can access, in Safari’s Preferences.

Get started with a few of our favourites.

1Password 7

Automatically fill (and manage) your usernames and passwords—and generate strong ones on the fly.

    1Password 7 - Password Manager

    Generate & keep passwords safe

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Todoist

Quickly add the site you’re visiting to your to-do list for follow-up or research.

    Todoist: To-Do List & Tasks

    Reminders & project planner

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Ghostery Lite

Block ads and trackers for a more private web browsing experience.

    Ghostery Lite

    Fast, simple, safe browsing

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Grammarly for Safari

Check your spelling and grammar in email, online documents, social media—anytime you’re writing in Safari.

Ecosia

Search the web with Ecosia and the company will use the search-related revenue to plant trees around the world.

    Ecosia

    Productivity

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NewsGuard

See the company’s evaluation of the trustworthiness of news sites, based on nine journalistic criteria.

    NewsGuard

    News

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Inboard

Save web pages in their entirety as screen captures—no stitching of multiple images required.

    Inboard - Image Organizer

    Graphics & Design

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Dark Mode for Safari

Enable Dark Mode for sites that don’t officially support it.

    Dark Mode for Safari

    Make web sites easier to read

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StopTheMadness

Override websites that disable standard actions, such as the ability to paste text into login fields or Command-click to open links in a new tab.

    StopTheMadness

    Take back your web browser

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