Apple’s Safari Web Browser For Windows

When I read yesterday that had released a Windows version of their Safari browser, I rolled my eyes. The last thing I need to worry about his how clients’ web sites display in a browser that uses a fundamentally than the two dominant browsers, and .

I’ve worked on projects that required a "Safari compatible" web site and I gotta tell you, it’s no fun at all. Since the browser displays web sites often radically differently than Internet Explorer and Firefox, you end up spending a massive amount of time testing and refining the code to display properly in all browsers. It is just a phenomenal amount of work for such a tiny audience.

So I downloaded Safari and tried it out and so far so good but I’ve only used it on a few sites. Despite what Steve Jobs says, it just ain’t all that fast. It hasn’t crashed on me yet but .

Safari will ; if that device takes off, then, Safari testing may become routine for anyone doing mobile web marketing.

Ugh.

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About David Erickson

David Erickson is principal of e-Strategy Media, a digital marketing consultancy based in Minnesota. David has extensive experience in digital marketing and is often used as an expert source by media and asked to speak on the topic before organizations and to sit on panel discussions.