Four Safari Extensions to Make Web Browsing Fun Again

In the Safari app on Mac, iPhone, and iPad, you can install extensions to customize how your browser works. For example, extensions can help you find coupons while shopping, block content on websites, give you access to features of other apps, and more.

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Sami Fathi for MacRumors:

Perhaps the most dreaded web pop-up is: “This website uses cookies. Accept or reject? » Super Agent for Safari is an extension that automatically fills out the cookie consent form on every website you visit, meaning you won’t see those annoying pop-ups anymore. Super Agent for Safari is free without an in-app subscription

Some websites that come with App Store apps love to bombard users with pop-ups and banners to trick them into using their app instead of the website. Ban, a relatively new Safari extension on the ‌App Store‌ gets rid of these website notifications. Banish is a $2 one-time purchase with no in-app subscription.

Screenshots and two other Safari extensions (StopTheMadness and Noir) and described in the full article here.

MacDaily news note: To view and get Safari extensions in macOS:

  1. In the Safari app on your Mac, choose Safari > Safari Extensions, then browse for available extensions.
  2. When you find one you want, click the button that shows Get it or the price, then click the button again to install or buy the extension.

To view and add Safari extensions in iOS and iPadOS:

  1. Go to Settings > Safarithen touch Extensions.
  2. Faucet More extensions to browse App Store extensions.
  3. When you find one you’re interested in, tap the price or, if the app is free, tap Obtainthen follow the on-screen instructions.

Note: Any extensions you install for Safari on iPhone or iPad only appear on that device.

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