SafariCacheExplorer is a unique tool for exploring Safari’s cache (and any other native OS X cache). With SafariCacheExplorer you can retrieve an image, video, sound, style sheet, etc., from Safari’s cache in a easy way, thanks to a simple user interface inspired by Finder.
Why do you need a tool like SafariCacheExplorer? The main problem when trying to recover cached files from Safari is that Safari (and OS X) uses a single file for cache storage.
SafariCacheExplorer is also a fantastic tool for web developers. Why? Because SafariCacheExplorer let you delete individual cache files, helping you to develop and test your websites faster.
- Only the first 100 cache entries are displayed
- Only 5 items can be exported in each session
- Only 2 custom filters are allowed
- The delete feature is not avaiable
- A reminder will be displayed on every startup
- Added OS X 10.10 Yosemite support
- Added macOS 10.12 Sierra support
- Added fully support for Safari 9 and later
- Added Retina resources
- Added two new exporters: JSON and XML
- Updated UI using the modern macOS guidelines
- Changed order of filters
- Improved file extension detection
- Improved internal cache loader
- Fixed bug with text fields and command keys (cmd+c, cmd+v…)
- Fixed bug when deleting some files
- Fixed bug with updates
- Fixed some other minor bugs
- Known limitations: Some resources with an embedded certificate are not yet supported (don't worry there are few resources which are ignored)
OS X 10.5 or later