Bumpr 4+

Switch browsers and mail apps

Scott Ostler

    • 4.8 • 230 Ratings
    • $2.99



Bumpr is a handy, beautiful Mac app that lets you choose where to open links. Any time you click on a web link, a compact, elegant menu pops up right in place and lets you choose which browser to open that link with. Bumpr also works with mail links—and can now open them in Gmail in your favorite browser!

Bumpr is great if you use more than one browser to run separate Google accounts, for cross-browser testing, to keep certain kinds of browsing activities restricted to certain browsers, and more. Its email handling is also terrific if you use separate email clients for different email accounts.

Install the free extensions for any major browser—Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or Edge—to enable Bumpr when you right-click on any link in those browsers.

Bumpr is incredibly simple but incredibly powerful—and indispensable once you install it. Get it for your Mac today!

What’s New

Version 1.4.0

* New! Extensions for Firefox, Opera, and Microsoft Edge—Bumpr now has extensions for all major browsers
* New! Bumpr can open mail links with Gmail in any browser you choose

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
230 Ratings

230 Ratings

BasementCarpenter ,

Simple, but so very effective

For all those times you needed to check a website in another browser, or even go to the same site without cookies (but not clearing your own), this simple, simple app is amazing. It is quick to install, sits out of the way until you need it, and the UI is so natural and intuitive that in couple of days I’ve been using it, the extra click (to select the browser) has almost become invisible to me. My day-to-day nominal browsing use remains as produtive as ever, and my multi-browser use-cases have gotten so much more efficient.

I came across this app as a recommendation from the 9to5 Mac website, and am glad I did.

UPDATE: I have one feature request - add support for calendars. Sometimes I click on an invite to add to my work calendar in Outlook/Exchange, and other times I click on an invite to add to my personal calendar in Calendar/iCloud. Trying to use Calendar with my Exchange account has proven disasterous, so I keep them separate, but still need to move between both at times.

libertas3 ,

Great Concept… Needs more work for heavy users

Love the concept of the app, and something that has been a sore spot in my workflow for some time. For me, I HATE being in TAB HELL (too many tabs for all the web apps). I have seperate instances of Chrome so my main web apps can feel and function more like regular apps and not be stuck somewhere between 2 dozen other tabs which may or may not be for work. This app does not support this. I can only hope this was in an effort to aide the user in only using actual browsers, but there is apparently a set list of Apps it will support and does not give the user to option to "use it anyway". Would have LOVED to open a link in a work email in one of my specific work web app instances of Chrome, but this app falls short.

OH… and for me I would want to use this on command and not left active all the time. Problem is using the "Shift" key to activate doesn't work for email in a web browser because that is the command to open the link in a new tab which will then open the email link in the default email client. Someone didn't think that through!

I would LOVE to give this a 5-star, but with an assumed self-imposed crippling of "approved" browsers and lack of apparent UAT testing on the optional activation setting, 2 is the best I will give it. Hoping it gets better!

_Zerxer_ ,

Everything I needed it to be

This app is perfect. I almost got scared off by some reviews, but they were 1yr old and are either very outdated now or they didn't even use the app!

I use Firefox for my personal browser and Chrome as my work browser, and I used to have to manually right click > copy URLs to open in my browser of choice. Now I just click links and the little 2 browser icon selection window appears right under my cursor to quickly choose which browser to open the link in. Plus I have many websites set to always open in one or the other, depending on if I know it'll always be personal or work (Facebook vs GitHub for example).

App Privacy

The developer, Scott Ostler, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.