Desktop Snapshots are work-in-progress builds that are available for anyone to download and test. Try new desktop browser features and fixes before anyone else!
In today’s snapshot we have a fix for the broken menu bar when running under the new macOS 14.0 (Sonoma). We also have a new search feature.
In today’s snapshot we have a big bunch of fixes (we know you have been waiting), and a major Chromium bump. Have a great weekend!
In today’s snapshot, feed detection on YouTube is fixed. So you can once again easily subscribe to your favorite channels, without needing to login to google. 🤔 We also include a fix for the CVE-2023-4863 [a.k.a CVE-2023-5129] zero day exploit.
In today’s snapshot, we provide a quick fix for the crash that was present in the last snapshot.
Today’s snapshot includes support for video controls for PiP and includes a range of other fixes (some of which will be backported to 6.2 stable after testing).
Today’s snapshot is the second release candidate for 6.2 for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 6.2 for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot includes several Notes fixes, corrects corrupted menus and fixes a crash with PWAs.
Another round of fixes for our snapshot loving friends. Are we getting closer yet? 😉