|Browser name with download link||PowerPC and/or Mac OS 9 version||Contact/feedback link|
|Safari 7 ships with Mac OS X 10.9.
Safari 6.0.5 is part of Mac OS X 10.8.5.
Safari 6.0 ships with Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
Safari Safari 6 for Mac OS X 10.7, and Safari 5 for Mac OS X 10.6 are being kept up to date.
Safari 5.1.6 came out with 10.7.4. In 10.7.3 and 10.6.8 it is 5.1.5. Safari 5.1.2 is available in Mac OS X 10.7.2, and 10.6.8 from Apple for 10.6.8 only. Version 5.0.4 is included with 10.6.7. Safari 5.0 is included with 10.6.4, however requires 10.5.8, and 10.6.2 or later on Apple's website. Note, version 5.0.2 has reportedly had issues with some computers slowing downloads of updates. 5.0.3 appears to have fixed the problem for some, as well as issues with the download speed of . Version 4.0.5 could also run on 10.6.2. Version 4.0.4 shipped with Mac OS X 10.6.2. Version 4.0.3 came with 10.6 and 10.6.1. Version 4.0.2 was included with 10.5.8. Safari 3.2.3 is also available for 10.5.7, 10.4.11, Windows XP and Vista. Version 3.2.1 was available for 10.5.5. Version 3.0.4 was included with 10.4.11, and 10.5, 10.5.1, and 10.5.2.
Version 3.1 and later include a "Develop menu" in the Safari menu -> Preferences -> Advanced that allows Safari to spoof a website into thinking it is a different web browser. Prior versions (3.0.4 and earlier), read about enabling the Debug menu. If you want to explore the command line via Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal, you can enable the Debug menu that the previously available software Safari Enhancer does offer you a User Agent menuitem to cloak itself as a different web browser (I'm not sure which versions this works on since I haven't tested it on all):
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1
Additional Safari addons which may improve browser compatibility can be found on Pimp My Safari. Nagarabrowser gives Safari a kiosk mode. With the 10.3.9 update it has been reported that several third party addons such as Saft and Acid Search will need updates. The March 2005 security update fixes Java issues on Safari, and if you applied the 10.3.9 delta update, applying the 10.3.9 combined update will often fix issues. See my Upgrade FAQ for more on how to apply updates without running into issues such as these.
|Version 1.1.1 and later are only available as part of Apple's Mac OS X 10.3. Version 1.3.2 is available for 10.3.9. Version 2.0 is current as of Mac OS X 10.4, and 2.0.1 is available for 10.4.2)*, and 2.0.4 is available when you upgrade Mac OS X 10.4 to 10.4.7 through 10.4.10. Safari 3.2.3 is also available for 10.5.7, 10.4.11, Windows XP and Vista. Version 3.2.1 was available for 10.5.5. Version 3.0.4 was included with 10.4.11, and 10.5, 10.5.1, and 10.5.2.||Go to Safari menu and select "Report Bugs to Apple"|
|Download Netscape 9 for Mac OS X,||Netscape 7.0.2 Mac PowerPC and other versions listed as Mac PowerPC are available for Mac OS 9||AOL Developer page|
|Microsoft Internet Explorer is no longer available for download from Microsoft. A WINE version for Intel Macs offers some I.E. 7 compatibility.||The Mac OS X version 5.2.3 is available from Majorgeeks. There are several stores which carry old Apple operating system disks which also included Internet Explorer for Mac OS X. If installing older operating system disks, be sure to observe the System Specific installation notes. The Mac OS X version of Internet Explorer was last preloaded on Mac OS X 10.3's Install Disk 2 as version 5.2.3. The included Internet Explorer for Mac OS 9 on restore disks and Mac OS 9 installer disks is version 5.0. Remember if installing Mac OS X, only an Archive and Install and Upgrade and Install will let you preserve applications from previous versions of Mac OS X on the hard disk. Otherwise, you'll need to either use the Install Additional Applications from the restore disks, or Charlessoft's Pacifist to extract the files from the installer packages to reretrieve Internet Explorer (if it wasn't backed up elsewhere). OldApps.com has the only known copies of version 5.1.7 for Mac OS 9.||Microsoft product feedback page|
|Omnigroup's Omniweb||E-mail Omniweb support|
|Opera||Opera for Mac OS 7 through 9||Opera's Contact page|
|iCab||Download page lists both Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X versions||E-mail iCab support|
|Mozilla can immitate other browsers with User-agent switcher||Classila and Wamcom Mozilla for Mac OS 9||Mozilla Bugzilla feedback page|
|Google Chrome||Google Chrome Discussions|
|Camino (formerly known as Navigator)||Camino Bugzilla feedback page|
|Firefox (formerly known as Firebird) can immitate other browsers with User-agent switcher||PowerPC version||Firefox Bugzilla feedback page|
|Bumpercar - kids web browser||Bumpercar contact addresses|
Numerous animations, including some Youtube animations require Flash. Older browsers may be compatible with newer versions of Flash, but possibly not the newest version. Adobe has a Past versions of Flash download page. Also ClicktoFlash allows you to have control over which websites you allow to load Flash.