The killer app might be email (because it tends to kill the user’s desire to live), but browsing is what we love to do, right? If the browser is better than sliced bread, then browser tabs are the best browser functionality since bookmarks. If so, wouldn’t multiple browser windows be even better?
The Road Less Traveled
You know what they say about the road less traveled, right? It’s often less traveled for a reason. That means going down that road probably isn’t a good idea.
Still, thinking different is a prime ingredient of progress, and nothing improves without change. Then again, sometimes change is just innovation without a customer.
So it is with MultiBrowser, the clever Mac browser app that dispenses with normal browser functions in favor of multi-tasking.
Multi-tasking? Yes. MultiBrowser can open multiple browser windows at the same time. Watch four YouTube videos at once.
Search Google for six different keywords in six different browser windows all in the same browser window.
OK, I get it. I know what you’re thinking. A picture is worth a thousand words (or, in this case, a couple of hundred).
There you go. Immediate productivity increases. No tab clicking. Just more webpages for your eyes in one glance.
How’s it work? Select your favorite browser layout.
Search Google, read email, check Facebook, watch a YouTube video. Or, two. Or three.
And do it all at the same time.
You might think browser tabs are the best thing since webpage bookmarks, but look at how productive you’ll be using MultiBrowser.
There’s no need to lift a finger to switch from tab to tab, webpage to webpage. Get all the webpages you want on one screen.
MultiBrowser is thin on standard browser functionality, so it’s not likely to win many converts. After all, the road less travel is often less traveled for a reason.
Despite the nominal price tag, kudos to the folks behind MultiBrowser for daring to take on Safari, Firefox, and Chrome and provide the world with functionality not found in any other browser.
Unless, of course, you open four windows in Safari, spread them out in a grid that looks like MultiBrowser, and then you get real browser functionality, speed, stability, and security and save yourself $1.99.