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Cancel SafariBlazing fast. Incredibly private.

Safari is the best way to experience the internet on all your Apple devices. It brings robust customization options, powerful privacy protections, and industry-leading battery life — so you can browse how you like, when you like. And when it comes to speed, it’s the world’s fastest browser.

CustomizationPutting the you in URL.

Safari now includes new personalization options including a customizable start page and even more third-party extensions. The reimagined start page gives you the power to set a custom background image and fine-tune your browser window with your favorite features — like Reading List, Favorites, iCloud Tabs, Siri Suggestions, and even a Privacy Report.

Extensions

Safari Extensions add functionality to your browser to help you explore the web the way you want. Find and add your favorite extensions in the dedicated Safari section on the App Store.

Extensions for Big Sur, Mojave, and Catalina PerformanceMore with the battery.Less with the loading.

With a blazing-fast JavaScript engine, Safari is the world’s fastest browser. It’s developed to run specifically on Apple devices, so it’s geared to make the most out of your battery life and deliver long-lasting power. And now with Apple silicon, it’s even faster than ever before.

Increased performance

We’re always working to make the fastest desktop browser on the planet even faster.

+50�ster on average at loading frequently visited websites than ChromeImproved power efficiency

Safari lets you do more online on a single charge than any other browser.

Up to 1.5 hours more streaming videos compared with Chrome and Firefox

Up to 1 hour more browsing compared with Chrome and Firefox

Best-in-class browsing

Safari outperforms both Mac and PC browsers in benchmark after benchmark on the same Mac.

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JavaScript performance on advanced web applications.

Safari vs. other Mac browsers

Safari on macOS

1.6xfaster

Chrome on macOS

1.4xfaster

Firefox on macOS

1.0xbaseline

Safari vs. Windows 10 browsers

Safari on macOS

1.6xfaster

Chrome on Windows 10

1.3xfaster

Edge on Windows 10

1.2xfaster

Firefox on Windows 10

1.0xbaseline

Rendering performance of animated content.

Safari vs. other Mac browsers

Safari on macOS

2.0xfaster

Chrome on macOS

1.0xbaseline

Safari vs. Windows 10 browsers

Safari on macOS

1.8xfaster

Chrome on Windows 10

1.1xfaster

Edge on Windows 10

0.9xfaster

Firefox on Windows 10

1.0xbaseline

Web application responsiveness.

Safari vs. other Mac browsers

Safari on macOS

1.4xfaster

Chrome on macOS

1.3xfaster

Firefox on macOS

1.0xbaseline

Safari vs. Windows 10 browsers

Safari on macOS

1.4xfaster

Chrome on Windows 10

1.3xfaster

Edge on Windows 10

1.3xfaster

Firefox on Windows 10

1.0xbaseline4K video streaming

See your favorite movies and shows in their best light. Safari now supports in-browser 4K HDR video playback for YouTube, Netflix, and Apple TV+. And it runs efficiently for longer-lasting battery life.

The Banker is available on Apple TV+ PrivacyPrivacy is built in.

Online privacy isn’t just something you should hope for — it’s something you should expect. That’s why Safari comes with industry-leading privacy protection technology built in, including Intelligent Tracking Prevention that identifies trackers and helps prevent them from profiling or following you across the web.

Learn more about privacy at Apple Privacy Report

Safari makes it simple to see how your privacy is protected on all the websites you visit. Click the Privacy Report button in your toolbar for a snapshot of cross-site trackers currently prevented from profiling you on the website you’re visiting. Or view a weekly Privacy Report to see how Safari protects you as you browse over time.

SecuritySurf safe and sound.

Explore the web knowing that strong security protections in Safari help keep you safe. Like iCloud Keychain, which securely stores and autofills your passwords across all your devices. If a password breach is detected, Password Monitoring alerts you. Safari also notifies you when it encounters suspicious websites and prevents them from loading. And because it loads each web page in a separate process, any harmful code is always confined to a single browser tab so it won’t crash the entire application or access your data.

Password Monitoring

If your password is involved in a data breach, Password Monitoring alerts you and helps you change your password.

More about password securityPassword Monitoring Apple Pay

Apple Pay is the easiest and most secure way to shop on Safari — allowing you to complete transactions with Face ID or Touch ID on your iPhone or iPad, with Touch ID on your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air, or by double-clicking the side button on your Apple Watch. Your credit card details are never shared, and your transactions are protected with industry-leading security.

Learn more about Apple Pay a graphical representation of using Touch ID for Apple Pay a graphical representation of using Touch ID for Apple Pay a graphical representation of using Touch ID for Apple Pay a graphical representation of using Touch ID for Apple Pay ContinuitySame Safari.Different device.

Safari works seamlessly and syncs your passwords, bookmarks, history, tabs, and more across Mac, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch. And when your Mac, iOS, or iPadOS devices are near each other, they can automatically pass what you’re doing in Safari from one device to another using Handoff. You can even copy images, video, or text from Safari on your iPhone or iPad, then paste into another app on your nearby Mac — or vice versa.

Learn more about continuity Tab View.

When you use Safari on multiple devices, your tabs carry over from one Apple device to another. So you can search, shop, work, or browse on your iPhone, then switch to your iPad or Mac and pick up right where you left off.

Reading List.

Save web pages you want to read later by adding them to your Reading List. Then view them on any of your iCloud-connected devices — even if you’re not connected to the internet.

iCloud Keychain.

iCloud Keychain securely stores your user names, passwords, and credit card numbers and keeps them up to date on your trusted devices. So you can easily sign in to your favorite websites — as well as apps on iOS and iPadOS — and quickly make online purchases.

Designed for developers.

Deep WebKit integration between Mac hardware and macOS allows Safari to deliver the fastest performance and the longest battery life of any browser on the platform, while supporting modern web standards for rich experiences in the browser. WebKit in macOS Big Sur includes optimizations that enable even richer browsing experiences.

Learn more ResourcesMake Safari your default browser Learn more Customize your start page Learn more View your browsing Privacy Report Learn more Monitor your saved passwords Learn more Use Apple Pay in Safari Learn more View your tabs across all your devices Learn more Read the Safari user guide Learn more Get Safari support Learn more Apple FooterTesting conducted by Apple in August and October 2020 using JetStream 2, MotionMark 1.1, and Speedometer 2.0 performance benchmarks on browsers that completed the test. Tested with prerelease Safari 14 and latest stable versions of Chrome, Firefox, and (Windows) Microsoft Edge at the time of testing, on Intel Core i5-based 13-inch MacBook Pro systems with prerelease macOS Big Sur and Windows 10 Home running in Boot Camp; iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation) units with prerelease iPadOS 14 and Intel Core i7-based Microsoft Surface Pro 7 systems with Windows 10 Pro; and iPhone 11 Pro Max with prerelease iOS 14 and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with Android 10. Devices tested with a WPA2 Wi-Fi network connection. Performance will vary based on usage, system configuration, network connection, and other factors.Testing conducted by Apple in September and October 2020 using JetStream 2, MotionMark 1.1, and Speedometer 2.0 performance benchmarks. Tested on preproduction MacBook Air and Mac mini systems with Apple M1 chip and 8-core GPU, as well as production 1.2GHz quad-core Intel Core i7-based 13-inch MacBook Air systems and 3.6GHz quad-core Intel Core i3-based Mac mini systems, all configured with 16GB RAM, 2TB SSD, and prerelease macOS Big Sur. Scores represent browsers that completed the test. Tested with prerelease Safari 14.0.1, Chrome v85.0.4183.121 and v86.0.4240.80, and Firefox v81.0 and v81.0.1, with WPA2 Wi-Fi network connection. Performance will vary based on system configuration, network connection, and other factors.Testing conducted by Apple in October 2020 by measuring page load performance of snapshot versions of 10 popular websites under simulated network conditions. Tested on production 1.4GHz quad-core Intel Core i5-based 13-inch MacBook Pro systems with 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, and prerelease macOS Big Sur. Tested with prerelease Safari 14.0.1 and Chrome v85.0.4183.121. Performance will vary based on usage, system configuration, network connection, and other factors.Testing conducted by Apple in October 2020 on production 1.4GHz quad-core Intel Core i5-based 13-inch MacBook Pro systems with 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, and prerelease macOS Big Sur. Systems tested with WPA2 Wi-Fi network connection while running on battery power, with display brightness set to 12 clicks from bottom or 75%. Prerelease Safari 14.0.1 tested with HD 1080p content; Chrome v86.0.4240.75 and Firefox v81.0.1 tested with HD 720p content. Not all features are available on all devices. Performance will vary based on system configuration, application workload, and other factors.Testing conducted by Apple in October 2020 using JetStream 2, MotionMark 1.1, and Speedometer 2.0 performance benchmarks. Tested on production 1.4GHz quad-core Intel Core i5-based 13-inch MacBook Pro systems with 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, and prerelease macOS Big Sur, and Windows 10 Home, version 2004, running in Boot Camp. Scores represent browsers that completed the test. Tested with prerelease Safari 14.0.1, Chrome v86.0.4240.75, and Firefox v81.0.1 on macOS, as well as Chrome v86.0.4240.75, Microsoft Edge v86.0.622.38, and Firefox v81.0.1 on Windows Home, with WPA2 Wi-Fi network connection. Performance will vary based on system configuration, network connection, and other factors.HDR video playback requires a 4K monitor or above. Apple SafariShop and Learn Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music AirPods HomePod iPod touch Accessories Gift Cards Services Apple Music Apple TV+ Apple Fitness+ Apple News+ Apple Arcade iCloud Apple One Apple Card Apple Books App Store Account Manage Your Apple ID Apple Store Account iCloud.com Apple Store Find a Store Shop Online Genius Bar Today at Apple Apple Camp Apple Store App Refurbished and Clearance Financing Apple Trade In Order Status Shopping Help For Business Apple and Business Shop for Business For Education Apple and Education Shop for K-12 Shop for College For Healthcare Apple in Healthcare Health on Apple Watch Health Records on iPhone For Government Shop for Government Shop for Veterans and Military Apple Values Accessibility Education Environment Inclusion and Diversity Privacy Supplier Responsibility About Apple Newsroom Apple Leadership Job Opportunities Investors Events Contact Apple More ways to shop: Find an Apple Store or other retailer near you. Or call 1-800-MY-APPLE. United States Copyright © 2021 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map
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