Couch Surfer 0.2 now available

by editor @ on February 29, 2008

Version 0.2 of Couch Surfer brings you support for History and the ability to load “new window” links. Brandon has also made available custom webkit frameworks in a separate file.

Thanks, Brandon.

Let me know how it goes. Just got the files from Brandon. I haven’t even installed it yet.

Where are the updates?

by editor @ on February 28, 2008

I have been sick this whole week. Hopefully, I will feel well enough tomorrow to update the site.

The browser formerly known as Safari HD is now “Couch Surfer”

by editor @ on February 22, 2008

After a little run in with the lawyers from Apple concerning the the name and the logo of “Safari HD”, Brandon has decided to change the name of his immensely popular browser plugin to “Couch Surfer” along with a new logo.

The files are listed below.  Download away!

URGENT! No more Safari HD

by editor @ on February 21, 2008

Brandon informed me to take down the Safari HD files from our server.  Apple’s lawyers have contacted him and expressed their concerns about the name and the logo of the plugin.

I apologize for the inconvenience.

Site reorganization

by editor @ on February 21, 2008

I’ve been putting this off for too long.   The complaints have been mounting about how hard it is to find the information you need.   And the absent of forums is also forcing our readers to communicate via comments instead.

So I am now in the process of reorganizing the content of the site to make it easier to find what you need.  I will also be installing a bulletin board software so our readers can finally communicated more effectively.  If I have time, I might even start a video  podcast explaining all the different hacks available on the site.

The goal here is make things easier on you, the readers.  Hacking the Apple TV should be fun and not something to lose sleep about.

Just be patient.

Safari HD Updates

by editor @ on February 19, 2008


Even more love from Brandon.

He has just updated Safari HD with the ability to access http password protected sites. So for those of you that have already downloaded the previous version, try again.

The URLs are still the same:

  • Safari HD Installer for version 1.1
  • Safari HD Installer for version 2.0
  • Safari HD 1.1 core files

Now go and get some sleep, Brandon. Don’t tire yourself out.

[Update] All links removed to comply with Apple’s lawyers requests.

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