Camino 1.6 just launched, and is available for download. For those not well-versed in the world of Mac web browsers, Camino is a Mozilla based project but for Mac only. Actually, previous releases have been pretty good, and if you’re pissed at the stability of Firefox, and don’t want to run Safari, then Camino is a good call. It blends better with Mac OS X out of the box as well. I used to run it, but I rely too much on Firefox extensions for it to be really competitive.
Anyway, why should you care? Well, today the web browser is our primary tool, something I doubt I really should point out. You should make it your business to find one that appeals to you.
On another note, the Camino blog totally sucks. I can’t link to the 1.6 release post, because there are no visible permalinks. No good, Camino Times people.
Author: Thord Daniel Hedengren
Thord Daniel Hedengren is a designer, writer, and blogger, and also the former editor of The Blog Herald. He used to be a hotshot in the gaming industry in Sweden, but sold everything and went International. Most recently he wrote a book called Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog, and does loads of kickass design.