February 24, 2016 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Sao Sebastiao do Cai, Brazil - Guilherme Rambo, an independent Mac developer, today is please to announce the release of BrowserHub 1.0, his new web browser based utility developed for Mac OS X. BrowserHub sits between links and the web browsers installed on the system, so users can create rules which determine what browser should be used depending on the context.
With BrowserHub, the user creates simple rules based on the URL and select a browser to open links matching those rules. So the next time they click on a link in Mail for instance and the link matches that particular rule, It will open on the browser defined for that kind of link. Examples of rules that could be created with BrowserHub include: "open all YouTube links in Chrome," "open video links in VLC," or "open my bank's website on Internet Explorer in Parallels." The rules are created on an interface very similar to Mail's rules preferences.
BrowserHub's main features:
* Creation of rules to determine which sites should be opened with which browsers
* Rules can be created based on protocol, host, path, file extension or app
* Fast default browser switching with global keyboard shortcut
* Option-click any link anywhere to choose which browser should be used to open It
* At least two web browsers installed on the system
* OS X 10.11 or later
* 64-bit processor
* 5.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
BrowserHub 1.0 is offered at the special launch sale of $9.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Utilities category. A limited number of Promotional Codes are available to members of the media. If you're interested in providing your readers with a special discount, please contact Guilherme Rambo.
Guilherme Rambo is an independent software developer based in Rio Grande do Sul / Brazil, known for the creation of the open source WWDC app for OS X which is widely used by Mac and iOS developers. All Material and Software (C) 2016 Guilherme Rambo / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, OS X, El Capitan, are registered trademarks of Apple in the U.S. and/or other countries.