Camino: For a long time I used this browser. It is based on the same rendering engine as Firefox so web pages will work the same. Camino is built only for the Mac and so it has a native Mac UI and takes advantage of Mac features. Its also an excellent choice for older Macs as you can run the latest version of Camino on Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
Safari: Apple?s browser. Version 3 has a few web tools that can be activated by selecting the “Show Develop menu in menu bar” checkbox. This gives access to the “Inspector” and a few other options.
Firefox: I?m currently using Firefox as my main browser. As many say, the add-ons are part of what makes it a great browser. I don’t particularly like the standard theme, however, I found an excellent one that I’ll mention in my next post on Firefox extensions.
Still yet to come for the Mac is Google’s Chrome browser that will be interesting when it comes out.
With Apple’s WebKit and Mozilla’s Gecko there are also some other browsers, have you used one and have a comment? What do you look for in web browsers? Do you stick to one browser or have you switched in order to find the features you were looking for?