WWW & Internet Browsers Mozilla Camino

Mozilla Camino 2.1 for Mac

by Mozilla.Org

Avg. Rating 4.5 (149 votes)

File Details

File Size 18.1 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Mac OS X
Date Added
Total Downloads 4,113
Publisher Mozilla.Org
Homepage Mozilla Camino

Publisher's Description

Camino is a web browser optimized for Mac OS X with a Cocoa user interface and powerful Gecko layout engine. It's the simple, secure, and fast browser for Mac OS X. It practices the art of simplicity with an uncluttered user interface but with the features you expect from a modern browser like tabbed browsing and pop-up blocking settings. Integrated with Google, its Google search field lets you find what you need faster. It comes with advanced cookie settings and also helps you recognize when entering and leaving secure web sites. The power behind Camino is the Gecko rendering engine.

Latest Reviews

internetworld7

internetworld7 reviewed v1.6 Beta 2 on Jan 23, 2008

Looks good and functions good. I wish Camino were extensible like Firefox or it came with many more features out of the box like Opera, otherwise this is a very good browser.

gehtnix

gehtnix reviewed v1.5.1 on Sep 3, 2007

though camino isn't as convenient as firefox it is
my first choice browser on my iBook. the changelog lists some changes that i've been waiting for, nice surprise! i had firefox installed in the past but removed it after i reckognized that i only used it twice a month or so. now i sometimes use opera to surf sites that camino doesn't load but camino is my favourite, no doubt. though 1.5 had a few bad crashes on some sites (which i wouldn't dare to open from a windows machine ;-) ) i rate it 5, because it is a very fast browser that runs stable and comes with very nice improvements in v.1.5.1

sjc001

sjc001 reviewed v1.5.1 on Aug 31, 2007

Isn't there a OSX version of Firefox? I know that even Linux has one.

raveen69

raveen69 reviewed v1.5.1 on Aug 31, 2007

um - what's with the picture?
Isn't that an oximoron?

Good brower however, could use a few more enhancement from FF. But it' good.

FrequentFlyer

FrequentFlyer reviewed v1.5 on Jun 6, 2007

simple, light-weight + fast = all that firefox is not on osx. have been using camino for a while; it's a promising alternative.

ModderXManiac

ModderXManiac reviewed v1.5 on Jun 5, 2007

Dudeboys, this IS better than Firefox, it renders faster on OSX than Firefox, less memory usage, and is built upon native code, also uses and Aqua interface, and many other small options that make it more mac-centric.

They finally implemented the latest rendering engine, more secure and renders faster on my tests.

DudeBoyz

DudeBoyz reviewed v1.1 Beta on Mar 16, 2007

Why is this better than FireFox? Don't they use the same codebase?

Floodland

Floodland reviewed v1.0.1 on May 14, 2006

Great product, but please: Change that pathetic screenshot, pleaaaseee!!

PC Rat

PC Rat reviewed v1.0 on Feb 14, 2006

...

Does Apple still make Macintosh computers ? Thought they were in the music business now.

...

The Computer Rodent

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hypatech

hypatech reviewed v1.0 Alpha 1 on Sep 23, 2005

Great prgram love it.Like the improvements in the new version.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (149 votes)
Your Rating
internetworld7

internetworld7 reviewed v1.6 Beta 2 on Jan 23, 2008

Looks good and functions good. I wish Camino were extensible like Firefox or it came with many more features out of the box like Opera, otherwise this is a very good browser.

gehtnix

gehtnix reviewed v1.5.1 on Sep 3, 2007

though camino isn't as convenient as firefox it is
my first choice browser on my iBook. the changelog lists some changes that i've been waiting for, nice surprise! i had firefox installed in the past but removed it after i reckognized that i only used it twice a month or so. now i sometimes use opera to surf sites that camino doesn't load but camino is my favourite, no doubt. though 1.5 had a few bad crashes on some sites (which i wouldn't dare to open from a windows machine ;-) ) i rate it 5, because it is a very fast browser that runs stable and comes with very nice improvements in v.1.5.1

sjc001

sjc001 reviewed v1.5.1 on Aug 31, 2007

Isn't there a OSX version of Firefox? I know that even Linux has one.

raveen69

raveen69 reviewed v1.5.1 on Aug 31, 2007

um - what's with the picture?
Isn't that an oximoron?

Good brower however, could use a few more enhancement from FF. But it' good.

FrequentFlyer

FrequentFlyer reviewed v1.5 on Jun 6, 2007

simple, light-weight + fast = all that firefox is not on osx. have been using camino for a while; it's a promising alternative.

ModderXManiac

ModderXManiac reviewed v1.5 on Jun 5, 2007

Dudeboys, this IS better than Firefox, it renders faster on OSX than Firefox, less memory usage, and is built upon native code, also uses and Aqua interface, and many other small options that make it more mac-centric.

They finally implemented the latest rendering engine, more secure and renders faster on my tests.

DudeBoyz

DudeBoyz reviewed v1.1 Beta on Mar 16, 2007

Why is this better than FireFox? Don't they use the same codebase?

Floodland

Floodland reviewed v1.0.1 on May 14, 2006

Great product, but please: Change that pathetic screenshot, pleaaaseee!!

PC Rat

PC Rat reviewed v1.0 on Feb 14, 2006

...

Does Apple still make Macintosh computers ? Thought they were in the music business now.

...

The Computer Rodent

...

hypatech

hypatech reviewed v1.0 Alpha 1 on Sep 23, 2005

Great prgram love it.Like the improvements in the new version.

zridling

zridling reviewed v0.8.2 Final Candidate on Nov 30, 2004

Very nice indeed. Plenty of options on where tabs open and provides the ability to control whether they stack, etc.

singwolf

singwolf reviewed v0.8.2 Final Candidate on Nov 29, 2004

Please note this is a CANDIDATE - the final will be released by mid next week.

A very nice browser...

cackarot

cackarot reviewed v0.8b on May 24, 2004

7. Pure excellences this is by far the best dang browser ever, iam using it ive used for over a year ill use it till ever or they over featurize it.

Truely the best,

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