Camino is a free, open source, GUI-based Web browser based on Mozilla's Gecko layout engine and specifically designed for the Mac OS X operating system. In place of an XUL-based user interface used by most Mozilla-based applications, Camino uses Mac-native Cocoa APIs.
As Camino's aim is to integrate as well as possible with the Mac OS, it uses the Aqua user interface and integrates a number of Mac OS X services and features such as the Keychain for password management and Bonjour for scanning available bookmarks across the local network. Other notable features include an integrated pop-up blocker and ad blocker, and tabbed browsing that includes an overview feature allowing tabs to be viewed all at once as pages.
The browser is developed by the Camino Project, a community organization. Mike Pinkerton has been the technical lead of the Camino project since Dave Hyatt moved to the Safari team at Apple Inc. in mid-2002.
|Operating system||Latest version||Gecko release|
|Mac OS X||v10.1||0.8.5||1.7.6|
- ↑ http://caminobrowser.org/releases/0.8.5/
- ↑ http://caminobrowser.org/releases/1.0.6/
- ↑ http://caminobrowser.org/releases/1.5.5/
- ↑ http://caminobrowser.org/releases/1.6.11/
- ↑ http://caminobrowser.org/releases/2.0.5/
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