In 2022, the best Safari extensions for iPhone, iPad, and Mac will be available

In 2022, the best Safari extensions for iPhone, iPad, and Mac will be available ...

Extensions continue to play a key role in enhancing third-party functionality in Safari. They are often effective methods to increase productivity, security, and privacy to a rather barebones browsing experience. However, with the hundreds of Safari extensions available across different devices, it can be overwhelming. Heres a list of my top picks.

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PiPifier Picture-in-Picture for every video

Pipifier is a native Safari program that allows you to view any HTML5 video as a PiP (Picture-in-Picture). With the extension, you must complete a video (YouTube, Twitch, Netflix, etc.), and click the Pipifier icon in the toolbar.

As a handy tool for PiP videos, PiPifier brings a familiar experience on iPhone and iPad, as well. I have yet to run into a video that wasn''t compatible, although sometimes it takes a few minutes for the button to light up (become available) on larger files, such as movies.

Price: Free

Mac OS 10.12 or later Compatibility

StopTheMadness Take back your web browser

StopTheMadness, which is a fairly straightforward and clever feature on this page. Notability, it overrides websites by ignoring browser features such as -key keyboard shortcuts, drag and drop, AutoFill of usernames, passwords, and emails, and selecting the text.

It removes URLs and clickjacking with Google, Facebook, and others from tracking lists such as utm_source.

One of my favorite features is its ability to stop URL shorteners. StopTheMadness checks the links you click in Safari for well-known link shorteners like and, and loads the unshortened destination instead of the shorter URL. This occurs without the extension using any cookie or site data; therefore, your click cannot be tracked.

Price: $9.99

Compatibility: Mac (macOS 10.12 or later)

Grammarly Key to great writing

This extension, which now has over 30 million daily active users, needs to be developed. Grammarly is one of those applications that you can easily use and you may not imagine life without.

With the help of spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, tone, and clarity, Safari allows you to win over.

Price: Free

Mac OS 10.12.4 or later Compatibility

Generate and securely store passwords using one password.

OnePassword is one of the most well-known password managers in the world, with a handy Safari extension that allows you to quickly access existing passwords in your vault or even create new ones on the fly. There are also several key information about the company.

I''m sure 1Passwords'' security is good. Of course, the most secure way to store passwords is nowhere at all, but end-to-end AES encryption, AES-GCM-256 authenticated encryption, and PBKDF2 for password hashing is all I need in a password manager.

Mac (macOS 10.12.6 or later) Price: 30-day free trial, $2.99/monthlyCompatibility:

Keyword Search Sites with just a keyword

Keyword Search is a game-changing time saver. The Safari extension allows you to set up direct searches with any search engine by using a phrase as simple as typing a.

I used the letter a in the demo below to direct me to AirPods on Amazon. It''s as simple as opening the Keyword Search extension in Safari, entering a destination URL, and a hot phrase. Others I have are news, posting me to CNN via DuckDuckGo, and space, and taking me to NASA''s website.

Price: Free

Compatibility: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Mac (macOS 11.0 or later)

Momentum Focus and inspiration start pages

Momentum takes you through the messy grey start pages you see in Safari, with an inspiring dashboard with weather updates, motivational quotes, to-do lists, and stunning wallpaper. I''ve been using it for months, and it can be a great feel-good mood and productivity boost in those early mornings.

Among the most important features, here are:

  • Ability to set daily a goal/focus/intention
  • Quick weather and forecast info
  • Motivational quotes
  • Setting your uptime and downtime with Balance mode
  • Creating and managing tasks with a built-in to-do list

Price: Free

Compatibility: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Mac (macOS 10.12 or later)

Honey Smart shopping assistant

Honey is another extension that requires no introduction, and that''s why. It has over 17 million users, and has saved millions of people more than $1 billion in online purchases.

It works by automating the search and testing of available coupon codes it can find across the web. If it finds working codes, it will apply to the one with the greatest savings. And ta-da!

Price: Free

Compatibility: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Mac (macOS 10.14.4 or later)

Honey appears to be out on the Mac App Store, which is likely to be a bug. This will make it impossible to install on Safari.

Bonus: Wayback Machine

The Wayback Machine, a non-profit organization, has established a new website to archive the Internet. Visitors may type in a URL, select a date range, and then begin surfing on the site from virtually anywhere in time.

The Safari extension allows you to do everything the main site does without leaving your current window. You may also include pictures, archive, and directly share them with it.

Wayback Machine is a fun way to save time by going back and seeing how a website has changed over the years.

Free Price

Mac compatibility (macOS 10.14 or later)

These are just some of the finest Safari extensions available so far this year, but I couldnt conclude the list without a few notable mentions, such as AdBlocker Pro, Tweaks for Twitter, and Step Two.

Do you have a favorite extension, but it''s not on this list? Let us know in the comments.