Developer: Park Enterprise UK, Ltd
Current Version: 1.4.0
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 13.8 MB - Download
If you work with a computer all day, you probably spend a lot of time using a browser. So much time, in fact, that you'll find a small, second browser helpful.
WebBuddy is a menu bar app for OS X designed to minimise disruption to your mental context when working with links in apps such as Mail.app, Evernote, or Twitter.
Click on a link in an email or tweet without being thrown into a browser window full of tabs. A minimalistic HUD panel loads the page, and gives you the option to send the page to a browser of your choice.
Especially useful when using productivity apps in full-screen mode or Mission Control.
Try WebBuddy for a more focused experience with your favorite apps, and less clutter in your browser windows.
• By popular request, use '⌘+L' to reveal an input field where you can type in a URL or perform a quick search.
• Enable preview features in the preferences to get a peek into the new features we're brewing.
• Many bug fixes
• Compatibility with OS X versions 10.7 - 10.11
We love your feedback! Let us know what you think -- http://bigbearlabs.com/webbuddy/feature/request/
Most Helpful Reviews
Handy - I have been wanting something like this for a long time! I always have a hundred tabs open in my browsers and just want to take a look at one page without reopening all those tabs because it takes a while. This app helps so me so much with that. Request: A way to manually enter in a URL.