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.
- Dark mode support
- Fixed crash on rules containing new lines in the predicate
- Fixed Safari Extension causing unnecessary logs
- Fixed missing app icons in Rule Editor "Open in"-Popup
Ratings and Reviews
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.
Works! Simply Works! (Unlike Choosy!)
I needed a easy, fast way to manage my work Google Drive account and my personal Google Drive account. Solution, stay logged into my personal GD account in Safari and stay logged into my work GD account in Chrome. But it still was a hassle copying and pasting url’s into the right browser. Solution-Browser Fairly. I simply entered the url’s for work into Browser Fairy and had them automatically opene in Chrome. Same idea for Safari. AWESOME. BTW, I first tried Choosy as a way to manage my browsers. Bad decision. Choosy was not installing correctly into my Preferences for some reason. Others online expressed the same problem. I contacted the developer and he never responded. Poor form. IMO, stay away from Choosy b/c of poor customer support and a buggy install issue.
Simple and effective
Browser Fairy just works. You set it to be your default browser and it silently and seamlessly routes URLs to whatever browser you want based on customizable rules. The interface is simple and clean. Once I've set up my rules, I really don't even remember it's there--but my links automatically go to different browsers based on the rules I've set up. A must for people who use different browsers for different links. I use Epichrome to create single-site browsers and Browser Fairy works extremely well with those apps for routing links in complicated ways.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.