A fast, open source
web browser engine.

WebKit is the web browser engine used by Safari, Mail, App Store, and many other apps on macOS, iOS, and Linux. Get started contributing code, or reporting bugs.

Web developers can follow development, check feature status, download Safari Technology Preview to try out the latest web technologies, and report bugs.

Pushing Interop Forward in 2023

Pushing Interop Forward in 2023

A year ago, Apple, Bocoup, Google, Igalia, Microsoft, and Mozilla came together to improve the interoperability of the web and to continue our commitments to web standards — actions that ensure the web will work in any browser, on any operating system, with any computer.

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Allowing Web Share on Third-Party Sites

Allowing Web Share on Third-Party Sites

As of Safari Technology Preview 160, it is no longer possible to use the W3C’s Web Share API with third-party sites within an iframe without including an allow attribute.

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WebKit Features in Safari 16.3

WebKit Features in Safari 16.3

Today we are pleased to announce Safari 16.3, our first release of many coming this year.

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Help choose the syntax for CSS Nesting

Help choose the syntax for CSS Nesting

The CSS Working Group is continuing a debate over the best way to define nesting in CSS.

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WebKit Features in Safari 16.2

WebKit Features in Safari 16.2

We are pleased today to announce the release of Safari 16.2.

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