Apple recently improved its available developer tools and boosted app discoverability in order to encourage more Safari Extensions to be available to Mac users than before. This short collection of extensions may give your work or research productivity a useful boost.
What has Apple changed?
As introduced at WWDC 2020, Apple broadened the range of available Safari Extensions in macOS Big Sur, principally with the introduction of the WebExtension API and a new tool that helps developers quickly bring their existing extensions from Chrome, Firefox or Edge to Apple’s browser. This has led to a trickle of new extensions coming to the platform.