Juggle multiple browsers on your Mac.
Manually or automatically.
Open any link in any browser. Or switch between browsers with the Redirector browser extensions for Safari, Chrome, Edge and Firefox.
Redirector also responds to
redirector:// (http) and
redirectors:// (https) URLs.
You decide which browsers are included. Hide browsers you don’t need, sort the list or configure when exactly Redirector should be shown.
For your private browsing needs, Redirector also allows you to add private sessions for each browser.
Supported Browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Brave, Opera. More to be added.
Configure rules to automatically open links with specific properties in the right browser. Want to open Google Meet links in Chrome by default? Just one rule away.
First you set Redirector as your default browser. After that any link you open e.g. by clicking on it will open a window containing installed applications capable of opening that link, or automatically open an application you configured.
Any application capable of opening http, https or file URLs. Notable examples include Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Edge. A Safari extension is included within the app.
Any Mac (Intel or Apple Silicon) running macOS 10.14 (Mojave) or higher is supported. Beta versions of macOS may not be supported.
Head over into Preferences and enable “Always open directly” in the rule.
Open Preferences and add the private browser in the General settings.
Safari does not accept arguments to control how links are opened.
All Mac apps in the Mac App Store are sandboxed. However this means Redirector cannot open other browsers with specific arguments. The Application Script, which Redirector will guide you through how to install, enables this exact capability by opening the browser on Redirector's behalf.
Targeting specific browser profiles is not yet supported.
Yes, but you need to use Parallels Desktop or another VM that supports creating fake Mac apps for apps inside VMs. Head over into Preferences and add the custom .app in the General settings.
None of the URLs you open are saved anywhere, other than in the history of the browser you opened the link with. Any data Redirector uses to persist customizations is managed by macOS and does not leave your Mac. I don't want your data.
Whenever you choose to open a link or the current page in Redirector, it is opened straight in Redirector and not stored anywhere. These permissions are required for the extensions to function:
tabs: When you click the toolbar icon the extension has to read the current tab's URL. None of your other tabs are read.
contextMenus: When you right-click a link the extension adds a context menu item to open that link.
declarativeContent (Chrome/Edge-only): The toolbar icons is only enabled when you visit http- or https-URLs, not internal URLs (e.g. chrome://, edge://).
history (Safari-only): This is Safari's version of the
tabs permission. The extension does not access your history.