iCab, the eternally-in-beta-testing Web browser for the Mac, has been updated to version 2.8 (still a preview version).
iCab is a browser that’s being touted as a faster, less resource intensive alternative to IE and Netscape. The folks behind the browser said that “the development of iCab is not finished at the moment, some features of the final version are missing.” They promise “better versions” soon. After the first final release, they’ll offer iCab Pro for US$29. However, there will still be a free “lite” version.
iCab is available for both the traditional Mac operating system (System 7.0.1 or higher) and Mac OS X. It’s a 2.3MB download.