I use Firefox primarily – never touch Safari because I just need to have that sidebar. I use Flock for special purposes, such as online courses and coordinating social media. Recently, I got Fluid, which is quite different. When it pops up. there is no browser – you add the name of a web service like Friendfeed or LinkedIn or anything you like. You then have a browser names for and dedicated to that web app. I set up dedicated browsers for the major social media I use. I’m still getting used to that approach – there are drawbacks with multiple browsers, such as syncing bookmarks and just the problem of flipping back and forth. 1 Password is integrated with Fluid apps, and that helps greatly so you’re not always filling in your account names.
Fluid is an experiment that needs more work. Firefox is the standby.
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