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What is the difference between Google and Safari?


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Different rendering engines. Chrome uses Blink, while Safari uses WebKit.
Safari is a native application, Chrome is not. Safari, therefore, is extremely power efficient due to being made specifically for Macs. NEW (17/10/17): Additionally, Safari supports the Mac’s PiP mode on HTML5 video, whereas Chrome does not.
Chrome has vastly more add-on support.
Chrome has sync to any device that has Chrome. Safari, likewise, syncs to all your Macs and iOS devices.
Safari is only updated yearly, whereas Chrome is constantly improving. This means Chrome is more up to date in terms of web standards and compliancy.

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