Having multiple websites open in a browser is nothing new, and most now offer tabbed pages anyways, which is much better than having multiple windows open.
SplitBrowser instead lets you open up to four different html pages in one window.
SplitBrowser is divided in four different parts, which you can resize and adjust.
You can save the urls of the websites you visit for later use. SplitBrowser is a good tool to have around if you need to compare quickly html pages.
Thanks to the floating navigator, and the site buttons you can switch through sites faster.
SplitBrowser certainly shouldn't be used as a proper browser, as it lacks the features and security settings to properly browse the web.
It's a shame that it is only limited to four windows, but then again that might be a good thing as the program can already get quite crowded with four sites open at the same time.
Being limited to HTML, it also won't properly display other content like Flash.
Despite its name SplitBrowser isn't a proper browser.
- * 10.5 to 10.6 ready
- * Universal Binary
- * Used new framework NiftyFeatures 0.6.5
- * Added parameter for each site to offer a refreshing (Reload) automatically every X seconds
- * Acceptance of URL with the schema file://
- * Support drag and drop a file into the frame and update the document
- * Fixed a bug in the management of preferences before closing the window,
- * New management to hide / show the menu bar (using the keys cmd + M) On fullscreen mode :
- o Disable of creating a new document,
- o Update the rules to opening a new document: we close the documents open before opening a new document,
- o Disable dragging of the main window.
- o New feature readjustment of splits. On double-click into the separator just refocussed the two sights,
- * Fixed a bug with option NiftyFeatures that disable the check for updates,
- * Renewal of refreshment timer when the value is changed in the preferences
- * Updated of the preferences module,
- * Updated documentation,
- * New icon for application and doc SiteList.