Unite - 2.0 - Turn websites into full-featured apps


Unite allows you to quickly and easily turn websites into full-featured, native apps on macOS. Using the revolutionary Unite browser as a backend, each Unite app features its own browser, while remaining incredibly small and full-featured. And, because Unite apps are each a unique browser, they feature separate cookies and settings, as well as support for user scripts and user styles. In addition to modern web browsing features, Unite apps include macOS-specific features, including notifications, TouchBar support, the ability to pin apps to the status bar, and much more.

 

WHAT’S NEW

Version 2.0:

  • Rewritten backend browser built on WebKit 2
  • Improved downloading abilities
  • Support for fullscreen video
  • Support for printing
  • Improved uploading and downloading support
  • Redesigned tab bar
  • Added progress indicator
  • Added ability to show icon in title bar
  • Added ability to toggle window name and icon
  • Added ability to change title and tab bar color
  • Windows will now remember size and position between launches
  • Command-W and close window command will now only close current tab as opposed to all open tabs
  • Unite will now remember hide toolbar if selected
  • Menu options now say chosen name instead of ‘DefaultApp’
  • Added zoom support
  • Improved creation backend
  • Unite creation utility can now overwrite previously created apps
  • Unite 1 apps will automatically update their backend to Unite 2. Future updates should support as well
  • Notifications and User scripts improvements
  • Many bug fixes and smaller tweaks

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.10 or later

 

  • Mac users may face variety of errors and Can not run the downloaded Apps at normal. Basically, that Disable GateKeeper would help to get rid of troubles. Otherwise, take a look on this article to address your cases for further solutions.
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