MacEase on Tuesday released
1.0, a new utility that adds tools to Safari, Apple’s Web browser. With Safari Magic installed, Safari users can collect, edit and organize text, graphics and pictures from multiple Web pages and non-contiguous sources, using keyboard shortcuts. Users can also more easily save and print data they find using Safari, and can add annotations and time/date stamps. Safari Magic adds a horizontal or vertical tool bar to the Safari window. Safari Magic requires Mac OS X v10.2 or later and costs US$19.95 to register. A demo version is available for download.