iCab: soon a charred version – Macitynet.it
In an interview with MacSlash, Alexander Clauss (the "dad" of iCab, the fast and compact German browser), said that a Carbon-compatible version of iCab has already been supplied to a limited circle of beta-testers.
Among the most interesting news that emerged during the interview, the expected release of a paid version that will cost $ 29 and a less powerful version freely downloadable from the Internet.
The "Pro" version will include some possibilities not foreseen, at least at the moment, by competing and more popular browsers: the possibility of operating in "kiosk mode" (excellent for presentations at fairs and stands), the inclusion of particular filters (not to see particular advertising banners) and other various "goodies".
Clauss stressed that the browser is not yet completed but that support for CSS (Cascading Style Sheet), improved support for XHTML, access to secure pages (SSL / HTTPS) with encryptions beyond will soon arrive (finally!) the 40 bits. (Edited by Mauro Notarianni)