Apple has sent out an email to reminding registered developers to submit Safari 5 extensions to be included in the company’s forthcoming “Safari Extensions Gallery.” We’ll soon be launching the Safari Extensions Gallery, a new destination that provides you with an opportunity to increase the visibility of your Safari extension beyond your website. The Safari […]
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Apple Sends Emails to Developers Reminding to Submit their Safari Extensions Ahead of Gallery Launch

Apple has sent out an email to reminding registered developers to submit Safari 5 extensions to be included in the company’s forthcoming “Safari Extensions Gallery.”

We’ll soon be launching the Safari Extensions Gallery, a new destination that provides you with an opportunity to increase the visibility of your Safari extension beyond your website.

The Safari Extensions Gallery will feature selected extensions that offer an innovative user experience. And a one-click installation process will allow users to seamlessly install extensions from a developerÂ’s website without ever having to leave the Gallery.

Have your extension considered for the Safari Extensions Gallery. Submit your extension download URL and supporting metadata today.

Apple of course, just released Safari 5 to the public, with browser extensions being one of the big new features. Developers soon began creating Safari extensions to offer new functionalities from within the browser itself, instead of an independent app. This is not at all a new concept, but Apple finally got around to implementing it in Safari 5.

No release date has been given (and likely never will be) for the launch of the “Safari Extensions Gallery,” but one can guess it’s right around the corner if Apple is sending reminders to developers.

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