Catalina Group Introduces Updated Version of Citrio Browser
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Catalina Group, developer of Citrio, has updated its chromium based web browser with the integration of a new ad blocking extension, called AdSafe Browsing for Windows and Mac OS.
Available for PC with the introduction of the new OSX version, the latest update has several new features and bug fixes. It enables Citrio users with the facility of automatic blockage of irritating advertisement, banners and pop-ups. Users can easily get the AdSafe Browsing mode without installation of any additional software.
Other prominent feature of the new updated version is smart notification system, which displays files once the download is complete in a compressed notification window. It also offers several options to interact with the downloaded files and to play or launch the files in a more efficient way.
Commenting on the introduction of AdSafe Browsing mode, Jack Fain, Citrio Project Leader, says, “The new notifications system will make accessing downloaded files easier. Sometimes you need to launch the file right after the download is complete. Sometimes not. Sometimes you might want to open the folder with the downloaded files. The new notifications will always provide a choice in a way that won’t interrupt your workflow.”
Apart from all these, the updated version also gives the option to users to allow ads on a certain page if they want, for example, to support the website funded by the ads revenue, the AdSafe Browsing extension can be disabled for that particular site.
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