Apple introduces a new version of Safari faster and social # WWDC13
Apple announced in their big event for developers a new version of Safari. Apple considers WebKit browser engine as perfect for a browser, perhaps as a note to Google since it announced it would create an own browser engine WebKit based himself called Blink.
In the news of the new Safari integrate a new reading pane for all items and you can save web pages, a feature in the current version of Safari, but that is redesigned. It also integrates a new design in Top Sites, Safari the first page that shows your most used pages.
A new sidebar
Safari now has a new sidebar which displays much more information than reading list.
One of the most important new features make social try Safari bar links shared on your social networks. For now Apple has this feature only compatible with Twitter and LinkedIn, it seems that Facebook is out but maybe in a more advanced version of OS X Mavericks.
Integration with iCloud Keychain
Now Safari is synchronized with the new feature of OS X capable of synchronizing personal account information. The so-called iCloud Keychain is able to save on your iCloud account your passwords from any website and create passwords are difficult to remember to increase security, under a 256-bit AES encryption.
This new feature is also able to store data such as credit cards, Wi-Fi networks to which you have connected and always in sync with devices that you trust.
Link: WWDC 2013 in SlashGearTags: Apple, Safari, WWDC, WWDC 2013