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It’s official: The best Mac applications for 2011 have been selected. Voting has closed and the winners can be found at Readers' Choice Awards Winners 2011 for Best Mac Applications
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The Best Mac Browser category is for applications that provide general-purpose web browsing capabilities. Browsers in this category should be able to access any web site, provide bookmark services, support plug-ins, and run basic web applications without issues.
We selected the top five nominees in this category; now it's up to you to make the final decision.
Which Mac browser deserves to be this year's Readers' Choice Awards 2011 winner? The voting period starts on February 11th and ends on March 8th. The winners will be announced on March 15th.
Polls Have Closed. Winners Will Be Announced March 15th
Camino is an open source browser project based on Mozilla technologies. Designed for OS X, Camino provides some of the best security features available for browsing.
Chrome from Google is one of the newest browsers for the Mac platform. It offers some of the fastest browser performance available for the Mac. Chrome has some unique interface elements, including dynamic tabs that allow you to drag a tabbed page to its own window, or move a browser window back into a tab.
Firefox from Mozilla is one of the leading web browsers, regardless of computing platform. It offers extensive compatibility with web sites, and is no slouch in performance.
Safari is Apple's default web browser; it ships with every copy of OS X. Safari offers many unique features, including thumbnail displays of your Top Sites. In addition, Safari is fast, one of the top performers in rendering a web site.
Stainless is a multi-process browser for the Mac that allows you to have multiple concurrent browsing sessions, each running independently of the others.