Coherence Pro allows you to turn any website into a full-blown macOS application in seconds. With the new Pro version you can now create apps in bulk and also edit them after they are created. Simply name your app, paste in a URL, and it will grab a favicon and create a web-wrapper app for your Dock. Using the power of Google Chrome, Coherence allows each app to have separate settings and extensions.
To make apps for websites using Safari’s WebKit engine you can use Unite from the same developer as Coherence Pro.
- The update includes major changes to support macOS Mojave, which will launch to the public later this fall. This includes a completely rewritten creation tool, improved engine, and notarization
- Unite 1.1 also includes File Upload support for the first time. This means users can now easily transfer files within Unite apps with upload and download capabilities. We've also brought improvements to whitelisting and user scripts
- Menu bar apps have been significantly improved in Unite 1.1. Response time is far greater in our testing, and overall they behave faster than any previous Unite release
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor