Fluid, the applicati that turns basic web applicatis into full Mac applicatis, is now getting a major update. Coming in beta form, the new update adds a handful of notable changes.
The developer announced today the beta versi of Fluid 2.0 via a tweet noting that the update includes a complete rewrite of the plugged in with the new Apple WebKit2 API. ce released, users will have to pay $ 5 for an upgrade, the first pay update since it was released 11 years ago. And no, it will not become an applicati based the subscripti.
Creating a flowing app from your favorite website is simple. Enter the URL of the website, enter a name and optially choose an ic. Click "Create," and in a few secds your chosen site has a permanent home your Mac as a real Mac applicati that appears in your Dock.
Fluid is a free app and will still be free, but the $ 5 upgrade will give users the ability to pin apps to the menu bar, create custom scripts and allow Full screen modes for applicatis.
The beta versi is available for download here.
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