In November 2010, Apple officially introduced extensions to their popular browser Safari. It was one of the most requested features and with the release of version 5 of the browser, customers were finally able to add functionalities to their favorite browser. Apple provides Safari Extensions Gallery for users to browse extensions which can be easily installed in a few clicks.
Here are my top 5 extensions that I use regularly:
If you use Delicious bookmarking service, then you need to install this immediately. This plugin by jeveaux.com will add a button on your toolbar and with a single click, you can save web page you want to bookmark. This plugin is hosted on Github and can be downloaded here.
ScribeFire is an extension for the Mozilla Firefox Web browser, Google Chrome Web browser, Opera Web Browser, and Apple Safari Web browser that allows you to easily post to all of your blogs. Once you have set up your blog properly, you can will be able to start writing and posting right on your browser without requiring to open and login to your blog admin panel. Pretty cool.
With Firefox, you can find dozens of web capture plugins. In Safari, Awesome Screenshot is one of the best and most simple one. It also gives you extra features like to annotate and share.
While it does not fall as a pure Safari extension, it is only one of the so many awesome features from 1Password, it is almost impossible to pass a single day without using it. 1Password itself is a cross-platform password manager and generator. Currently it is available for Mac, PC, iOS and Android. It also works with DropBox to make it super easy for you to sync across different machines.