June 7, 2010Filed under: Announcements, Releases, Safari, ScribeFire -- Christopher Finke @ 10:51pm
Today, Apple released Safari 5, the first version of their Web browser to really support browser extensions.
Tonight, we’re releasing ScribeFire for Safari. It’s based on the same code as ScribeFire for Chrome, and it uses the same simple interface. (Thank you Apple for building an extension-building environment simple enough that ScribeFire could be ported in under 90 minutes.)
If you’ve installed Safari 5 and enabled extensions, click here to download ScribeFire for Safari, and then open the file on your computer once it has finished downloading.