Command is a browser designed for independent thinkers.

Command's tab switcher that lets you organize tabs into spaces. This lets you browse fast while not getting overwhelmed.

Send interesting insights that you find while browsing to your favorite knowledge management system.

Use the Readwise integration to remember what you read.
Use the Notion integration to have your highlights where you write.
Use the Remnote integration to network your browsing.

With highlighting, ad blocking, and no notifications, Command is designed to keep you focused while you read.

With no third party servers your data stays with you. Command uses iCloud to sync – not 3rd party servers.

We use Biometric locks to keep your private tabs secure.
No sign up necessary to use Command.

2 weeks free - no purchases necessary. $10 one-time to keep it forever.

What’s New

Version 2.6.6

- iPad floating keyboard bug

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
50 Ratings

50 Ratings

dankwaterbottle ,

Any possibility of working with M1 Macs?


I really like this app and find it to be incredibly useful on my iPad. For doing research at my desktop, it would be nice to have this browser available as an option to use.

I have been using it even though it is not verified. It is mostly working except a few gamebreaking bugs.

1. When you go into a menu and try to go to another deeper menu, it does not recognize the input. (Example: Highlights > Sync Menu) This causes issues with setting up the app for syncing.

2. Resizing the window makes pages render a bit weirdly and inputs will not work when you click on the screen (IE Highlighting)

3. It does not scale the website in the browser itself. Text is smaller than it should be

I am not sure what it would take to get it working on the M1 Mac as an offical app, but I feel like this is a good start on some dealbreakers right now.

Let me know if you want me to provide screenshots or screencaps so you can see the behavior in action.

centaur73 ,

Just quality

A lot of time spent online is meaningless browsing. But a lot of it is not. Command is the browser built for reading that actually matters to you. It is so brilliantly designed and executed that if you made it your default browser you will immediatley notice a change in your own behavior on a daily basis (assume you browse the web from your phone everyday). The principles Command embodies should’ve been the web browsing world’s standard in the first place. If you feel something is broken in web browsing - Command is probably the fix… and it syncs your highlights to the likes of Readwise and Notion. Respect!

Josephkim0321 ,

Search Engine Option

Edit: Despite the developers response that it’s available, changing the search engine is only viable for Safari it looks like.

Downloaded in the morning. Paid for license that night. It’s truly a great browser that I’ve been waiting for. Finally, highlighting on the web itself without copying and pasting it somewhere!

What lacks greatly is the inability to use other search engines. I’d prefer to use DuckDuckGo instead of Google. Could this be added soon?

Developer Response ,

Edit: The setting exists in the app! Tap the aA button on the left side of the search bar within Command. From there, tap Settings > Search Engine and switch to DuckDuckGo.

it exists! try to aA > Settings > Search engine to switch to DuckDuckGo

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The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
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