Default Browser allows you to automatically open links using the last browser you've used or any browser you specify. It provides an elegant menu bar utility to manage your web browsers and swap defaults with ease.
- New about window
- Fix occasional failures when opening local html files
Ratings and Reviews
Worked great for me until M1 apple silicone
I love this app because I like to use multiple browsers (personal and work, separate). It could route browser links to the most recently used browser which was convenient for work hours vs. home hours. It does not work for me on the new Apple Silicone Macbook Air M1. Waiting for an update.
Just what I was looking for!
I just installed 'Default Browser'. I need to test our Xojo Web Apps which means opening them in different browsers to see if they behave as expected. My prior workflow involved coping the url and pasting in to each browser. Now I can choose the browser I want from the 'Default Browser' menu and launch my Web App, which saves me a big annoyance.
I’d love to see a two new features. First would be a menu option 'Ask' which would show a list of my browsers for me to choose from. Second would be a menu option ’Selected' which would open the url in each of the browsers that I’ve selected. This would make opening a url in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox with one click a breeze!
Great utility needs a few tweaks.
First off this is a neat simple browser switcher.
A few tweaks could be made:
Lists of browsers (my list is ~30+) includes such programs
as Evernote, Folx, iTerm and 30 more.
This needs to be reduced to browsers I use for web content.
Also to select a browser to open a link it must be running.
It would be nice to just select the browder and have it open if needed.
Thanks ... Ken
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- Cameron Little
- 3.5 MB
- Requires macOS 10.10 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2015-2020 Cameron Little
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.