Maxthon 4.1.2 for Mac Enhances Mavericks Support
Maxthon International Ltd. has released an updated (beta) version of its web browser fixing extension popups and other bugs to make the application play well with OS X 10.9 aka Mavericks.
One of the oldest web browsing solutions, Maxthon offers a set of Internet surfing tools adored by many, including numerous Mac users.
New features in Maxthon 126.96.36.1990 Beta for Mac include supported suggestions for search engines in Speed Dial, BTDigg support in search engines, optimizations for Reader Mode, and fixes for some extensions failing to display popups on OS X 10.9 (Mavericks).
You can download Maxthon for Mac right here on Softpedia and use it on any Mac with OS X Snow Leopard (or newer) installed. All you need is around 512MB of system RAM and an Intel processor.
You can register free of charge to have a Maxthon Passport account to sync your data across multiple devices.