Apple has simply launched Safari S.1 to all customers of OS X Mavericks following a number of beta releases in current weeks. The replace provides DuckDuckGo as a default search engine choice, which was additionally simply added to Apple’s cellular model of Safari alongside iOS 8. The replace additionally features a safety enchancment for Yahoo search engine customers: Apple says Yahoo searches from the search area at the moment are encrypted.
In addition, Apple notes the discharge improves Reader and AutoFill compatibility with web sites.
The launch follows OS X 10.9.5 becoming available to all users yesterday with Safari S.zero.S. The Safari S.1 replace is on the market to customers on OS X Mavericks 10.N.H now by way of Updates within the Mac App Store.
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