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The web browser Stack for macOS on the Apple Mac is a practical tool for everyone who often wants to use several websites at the same time. If you have to monitor individual hashtags on Twitter, Facebook and Co., for example, or if you want to keep an eye on several eBay auctions, the individual pages can be quickly and clearly arranged. The stack browser also helps in the office or home office to keep track of your work. If you also want to arrange many websites in a free grid, you can find the free download on the developer website.
Whether by entering the URL or by clicking a previously set up shortcut symbol, with Stack you quickly have an overview. Also Web WhatsApp or other messengers can be integrated into your screen without having to constantly jump from window to window or tab to tab. And besides all the practical points for productivity and workflow, there is one more positive point: Stack is free. With the link above you can find the free download for your Mac. And here is a video that shows the professional browser in action:
Whether it's a regular 16: 9 display, an old 4: 3 screen or an ultra-wide monitor - I think you can make the most of all of these display options with Stack. Of course, the browser is not made for private everyday life, where you want to focus on individual pages. For professional users such as social media managers, influencers and the like, it could be a useful addition to the Mac. Maybe it is also something to keep an eye on the reports on upcoming events such as the European elections, Apple WWDC and E3 ... Please leave a comment if you want to share your opinion on the Mac browser stack;)
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.