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SimSafari is a construction and management simulation game released by Maxis on March 15, 1998. It is similar to SimPark, except that the park is set in Africa rather than in North America, and therefore has African animals and plants.

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Not available anymore. I get a Item not available message.

Windows 11, game just closes every time I press Play, weirdly enough Support still works though

On Windows 11, even compatibility mode can’t get this to work. Ah well.

Go to the Setup folder and click on ENSETUP.EXE, it installs fine (I’m on Windows 8, by the way).

I just did this with windows 11, worked perfectly. No emulation modes required.

This game doesn’t seem to work on Windows 10, even on compatability mode. Trying to install it results in a dialogue box that says the program is unable to run on 64-bit system Windows.

My guess is you have to run it through a “Virtual box” similating it’s an older version of Windows.

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Description of SimSafari

Yet another entry in Maxis' popular "Sim..." series, SimSafari is a fun game for kids that let you build your own park and camp area, populating them with animals of your choice.

As befits a game designed primarily for kids, SimSafari is very easy. You basically just click on what you want to buy (buildings, animals, plants, cars, and so on) from pop-up menus, then click the location you want to place it. That's all there is to the game, and similar to SimTown this is more of a "toy" than a real game.

Since you start the game with far too much money than you'll ever need and everything is very cheap, there is never a danger of running out of money, which is the only way to 'lose' in this game. In the rare case that you are not sure what to do next, you need to just click on the "advice" button to let the game tell you exactly what to do.

On the upside, the graphics are very nice - you can even tell apart the different plant species, and notice little realistic details such as sunshine reflecting off car's roofs. And young kids in your house will probably like building their own safari and seeing the animals run around and interact with the environment (as well as spectators).

Recommended only for very young gamers in the house. For a real strategy game about running zoos, check out recent titles like Seaworld Tycoon instead.

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AJ 2024-06-20 0 point

THANK YOU. Can't wait to play. Simon's comment about adding those lines to the .init file worked perfectly.

MACBOOK Air 2022 2024-04-29 -1 point

What do I need to do in order to download for MacBook Air 2022? Oh yea, I though of this game whilst driving and out of no where did the same come to mind after so many years.

Valerie 2024-03-09 -1 point

Thanks Simon, that worked for me!

malech 2024-01-26 1 point

When I click on an animal, it shows the correct name, correct description, but will always display a picture of the same lizard.

Fer77ghj 2023-11-17 0 point

Badly with every version i try it says the archive is damaged.

Simon 2023-04-07 6 points

Download the "Rip" Version open the simsafari ini and put fallowing in it. after that gamefolder works everywhere [smacker] path=.\data [spud] main=.\smsafari.spd strings=.\strings.spd sounds=.\sounds.spd [Options] NoSound=0 NoBackgroundMusic=0 [Save] path=.\SAVEGAME missions=.\missions

Erica 2023-03-14 1 point

Thank you so much Matt! Was able to install with my Windows 11 Home. I played this game at my computer class and didn't even know how to play and read all those English subtitles lmao but now I'm 26 and finally be able to enjoy this game perfectly!

milowo 2023-02-18 3 points

my brain just decided to randomly resurface some old memories of playing on my daycare's blocky, slow computer when i was about nine. there was a sims town, sims ants, ms paint- but my favorite by far was this game. i spent hours looking up "old sims park game" "old sims zoo game" and, after seeing the graphics for SimSafari, I knew this was definitely it. my family was deep in poverty at when i was that age. we could barely afford to eat, nonetheless own video game consoles. this is probably the game that sparked my love for building games :)

iCarly 2022-01-10 0 point

if you download the "rip" version, extract it directly on the c drive, so that it's just a single folder "smsafari". It should work then. To install elsewhere, just change the directory listed in smsafari.ini to match where you are storing the file.

Vyck 2020-08-09 -1 point

I followed the instructions Matt left about Mounting the ISO. I did that and found the ENSETUP folder and nothing happens :/ Please advice

Joe 2020-06-30 6 points

If you download the game as zip you need to edit the ini file and change the file paths there to the correct ones

butz 2020-05-04 2 points

If having problems with installer, download 32-bit installer https://community.pcgamingwiki.com/files/file/364-installshield-5-32-bit-generic-installer/

Franzirene 2020-04-12 -5 points

I can download the game just fine but when I try to install it it says unsupported 16-bit application. What do I need to do?

liv 2020-04-03 -1 point

does it work on a mac?

Kaz 2020-03-18 -1 point

many thanks Matt. your comment helped me to install simsafari on my computer.

Janice 2020-02-10 -1 point

Enjoyed your game in the 90’s

matt 2019-06-06 15 points

I did this to install on Windows 10 successfully: 1) Download the ISO version. 2) Mount the ISO. Look this up on google if you don't know how to do this. 3) Navigate to the SETUP folder on the mounted DVD image. 4) Install using ENSETUP.EXE Try that and you should be set.

Billz 2019-01-18 3 points

I really like simsafari, unfortunately I can't install this on my computer. I think something is wrong with the files on this website. None of the versions worked.

Cyn 2018-09-18 22 points

I obsessed over this game when I was a kid. I could get a 5 star park in like 15 minutes. A decade later, I got a job driving the safari truck at Disney World and my trainer was in shock that I knew every animal already, including the kudus and guineafowl. It was a proud day. lol

Dogo 2018-05-31 0 point

I remember this game from back when I was a kid. Like the reviewer commented, it is like SimTown and the other games from the Sim like aimed to younger audiences. It is a mix between a toy and an educational game, teaching a little about biodiversity and balance, like migratory events (as in: in dry seasons the animals leave to look for food, or if it is an overabundance of food and no predators you'll face a populational explosion of a certain species). Not challenging, but it can be fun for kids.

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SimSafari allows kids aged eight and up to design their own safari park, importing animals and plants to an area and setting up tourist facilities to accommodate paying guests.

Kids can use advisors to help them and there is a "helpful hints" section in the guide that gives advice on what to do if your animal species are dying with no apparent cause, and more.

The park is rated by stars, from one to five. Can you build a five-star rated Safari park? There is also a quiz section that tests kids' knowledge of animals.

Yet another entry in Maxis' popular "Sim..." series, SimSafari is a fun game for kids that let you build your own park and camp area, populating them with animals of your choice. As befits a game designed primarily for kids, SimSafari is very easy. You basically just click on what you want to buy (buildings, animals, plants, cars, and so on) from pop-up menus, then click the location you want to place it. That's all there is to the game, and similar to SimTown this is more of a "toy" than a real game. Since you start the game with far too much money than you'll ever need and everything is very cheap, there is never a danger of running out of money, which is the only way to 'lose' in this game. In the rare case that you are not sure what to do next, you need to just click on the "advice" button to let the game tell you exactly what to do.

On the upside, the graphics are very nice - you can even tell apart the different plant species, and notice little realistic details such as sunshine reflecting off car's roofs. And young kids in your house will probably like building their own safari and seeing the animals run around and interact with the environment (as well as spectators). Recommended only for very young gamers in the house.

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People who downloaded SimSafari have also downloaded: SimPark , SimTower , Sim Farm , Sim Theme Park (a.k.a. Theme Park World) , Sim Ant , Zoo Tycoon , Sim City 2000 , SimIsle for Windows 95

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SimSafari brings Africa to you! Imagine yourself in rugged bush country, peering through binoculars at vast herds of elephants, zebras and lions. Choose from exotic plants and wildlife to create your own safari park. Team with a neighboring village and build a flourishing safari camp. Even tackle wild missions!

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  • Pitch tents, construct lodges and build swimming pools to make park visitors happy.

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The iPadian simulator offers a re-creation of the iOS experience, making it possible to access Apple-like services on your computer. It provides a familiar interface that mimics the look and feel of using an iPad, allowing users to navigate and interact with apps in a similar way.

Performance:

The iPadian simulator performs well, providing a smooth and responsive user experience. While it may not match the performance of an actual iOS device, it offers good performance for running iOS apps on your Windows or Mac computer.

Compatibility:

iPadian is compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems, providing users with the flexibility to experience the Apple ecosystem regardless of their preferred platform. It supports both desktop environments and offers a seamless iOS experience on both systems.

Limitations of iPadian Simulator

iPadian has some limitations that users should be aware of:

  • Limited App Selection : While iPadian includes its own app store with specially designed apps for the simulator, it does not have access to the official Apple App Store. This means that some popular iOS apps may not be available for use in iPadian.
  • Compatibility Issues : Since iPadian is a simulator and not an emulator, it may not be able to perfectly replicate the functionality of all iOS apps. Some apps may not work as expected or may have limited functionality on iPadian.
  • Outdated iOS Version : iPadian offers different versions of iOS for users to choose from, including older versions like iOS 10. However, these versions may not reflect the latest iOS features and improvements, limiting the overall experience for users.

Despite these limitations, iPadian still provides a valuable way for users to get a taste of the iOS experience on their non-Apple devices.

2. Smartface

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If you’re an app developer , you’ll know how difficult it is to test iPhone and iPad apps. If you’re using macOS, it’s a little easier with Apple’s in-built propriety DevKit, allowing you to write, compile and test iOS code on the fly. 

However, on Windows, you’ll keep having to export it to run on a Jailbroken/Developer Mode iOS device if you want to test. Well, you would have had to if you didn’t have Smartface. 

Smartface allows you to run iOS code natively on Windows. Import code into this integrated development environment and press “device emulator.” This will emulate an iPhone or iPad environment so you can test your app. 

To emulate your application on any iOS device, like an iPad emulator or an iPhone emulator, download the Smartface app from the iOS App Store and connect your iOS device to your Windows machine. Make sure you have iTunes installed on your PC to recognize your Apple device, and then start developing a native application with Smartface. 

Apps downloaded from the App Store (such as iMessage, GarageBand, Snapchat, WhatsApp, Clash of Clans, Mario Kart, Pokemon Go, etc.) will not work with Smartface in-browser emulators. For these applications, you need a real device. This is for developers, not end-users.

The Smartface simulator offers a user-friendly interface that allows developers to easily import and test iOS code on their Windows devices. It provides a streamlined environment for developing and testing iOS apps.

Smartface delivers good performance, allowing developers to emulate an iPhone or iPad environment on their Windows machines. It provides a smooth and responsive user experience for testing and debugging iOS apps.

Smartface is compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems, providing developers with flexibility in choosing their preferred platform. It supports iOS app development and testing on both desktop environments.

Limitations of Smartface Simulator

  • Limited App Compatibility: While Smartface allows developers to run iOS code natively on Windows, not all apps from the App Store will work with the in-browser emulators. Some applications, such as iMessage or Clash of Clans, require a real iOS device to run properly.
  • Developer Focus: Smartface is primarily designed for developers and not end-users, so it may not have the same features and ease of use as simulators targeted towards general users.
  • File Size Limitations: The size of the project you can run on the Smartface simulator is limited based on the pricing plan you choose. The free plan has a limited project size limit, while paid plans offer more storage and concurrent sessions for larger projects.

Despite these limitations, Smartface provides a valuable tool for iOS app developers to test and debug their code on Windows machines.

3. Appetize.io

A Screenshot Of Appetize.io Simulator

Another great emulator for developers, the main selling point of Appetize.io, is that its in-browser, meaning you won’t have to download anything to test your app. You can upload your app through their website or use their API for an improved workflow with your IDE. 

You can embed any HTML into the pad using iFrame and run iOS and Android apps within a web browser on any computer. Simply select your desired device, operating system, and app version and hit “emulate” to create an environment on which to test your iOS app. 

This service has some great automation and testing features, including easy access to network traffic, debug logs, and video recordings. You can view the remote device in action in real-time or at fractional speed to quickly diagnose any problems. If you want to deploy this app on an enterprise level, you can expect unlimited usage, a single SSO sign-on, dedicated devices, and 24/7 enterprise-level support. 

You can use their free “trial” pricing plan for one concurrent session for 100 minutes per month. The basic plan for $89 a month includes unlimited concurrent sessions with 500 minutes and includes $0.06 per minute of server usage. Upgrading to Premium for $449 a month gives you unlimited concurrent sessions, while the enterprise, as mentioned earlier, pricing comes to $2000 a month. 

While there are better ways to emulate if you’re considering shelling out for the basic or premium plans, the free plan makes Appetize.io a great choice among the best iOS simulators if you’re looking to emulate your apps from a web browser.

Appetize.io simulator offers an in-browser interface that allows you to easily upload and test your iOS and Android apps. It provides a user-friendly platform with features like iFrame embedding, allowing you to run apps within a web browser on any computer.

Appetize.io delivers good performance and provides automation and testing features such as network traffic access, debug logs, and video recordings. It offers real-time viewing of the remote device, enabling quick diagnosis of any issues.

Appetize.io is compatible with Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android operating systems. It supports emulating iOS and Android apps, making it a versatile choice for developers.

Limitations of Appetize.io Simulator

  • Limited Free Plan: The free trial plan of Appetize.io includes one concurrent session for 100 minutes per month, which may not be sufficient for extensive testing or development.
  • App Compatibility: Some apps downloaded from the official App Stores, such as iMessage or Clash of Clans, may not work with in-browser emulators and require a real device.
  • File Size Limitations: The size of the project you can run on the Appetize.io simulator is limited based on the pricing plan you choose. The free plan has a limited project size limit, while paid plans offer more storage and concurrent sessions for larger projects.
  • Developer Focus: Appetize.io is primarily designed for developers and may not provide the same user-friendly experience as simulators targeted towards general users.

4. AIR iPhone

A Screenshot Of Air Iphone Simulator

AIR iPhone is another iOS simulator, perfect if you want to get the look and feel of using an iPhone. AIR iPhone is an Adobe AIR application that reproduces the iPhone’s GUI. 

The web browser, Safari, and most other functions found on the phone are not available on the replica application. Applications won’t really run as if they were installed on the actual phone, mainly because the hardware hasn’t been replicated successfully yet.

While AIR iPhone is a fun application to simulate generally the look and feel of an iPhone, it’s nowhere as useful as the best iOS simulators like iPadian, and it can’t run real Apple iOS apps. To use this, you’ll need to have installed the Adobe AIR framework, which is a hassle. 

AIR iPhone is outdated and its interface resembles iOS 3, while we are currently on iOS 14. I don’t find this app useful, but if you’re looking for something to try for an afternoon, go for it.

AIR iPhone simulator offers a graphical user interface that replicates the look and feel of using an iPhone. It provides a visual representation of the iPhone’s GUI, allowing users to interact with a simulated iPhone environment on their computer.

While AIR iPhone provides a fun way to simulate the iPhone experience, it is not as useful or practical as other iOS simulators. It cannot run real Apple iOS apps, and its interface resembles an outdated version of iOS, limiting its utility for app testing or development.

AIR iPhone is compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems, allowing users to experience the iPhone interface on their preferred platform. However, it should be noted that AIR iPhone is an Adobe AIR application and requires the installation of the Adobe AIR framework, which may be inconvenient for some users.

Limitations of AIR iPhone Simulator

  • Limited Functionality: AIR iPhone does not provide access to the web browser, Safari, or other functions found on an actual iPhone. It cannot replicate the full functionality of iOS apps due to hardware limitations.
  • Outdated Interface: The interface of AIR iPhone resembles an older version of iOS, which may not accurately represent the user experience of current iOS versions. This can limit the usefulness of the simulator for testing or developing apps.
  • Adobe AIR Dependency: AIR iPhone requires the installation of the Adobe AIR framework, which adds an additional step and potential compatibility issues for users who do not already have it installed on their computer.

Despite its limitations, AIR iPhone can still be enjoyable to use for simulating the iPhone experience, but it may not be the most practical choice for app testing or development purposes.

5. BlueStacks

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Right, so choosing this service among the best iOS simulators is slightly cheating, but hear me out. As I said before, running iOS apps natively from the Apple App Store is virtually impossible. If you have the app code, say if you developed it, it is possible to emulate that in an emulated iOS environment. But, it is perfectly possible to run Android apps from the Google Play Store on your Windows or Mac device with an Android Emulator. 

Most iOS apps are usually available on Android, barring Apple-made apps like Garageband, but chances are if you’re looking to run an app on your PC, it’ll be available on Android. In fact, there are more apps available on the Google Play Store than on the Apple App Store, and even if your desired iOS app isn’t available on the Play Store, there should be plenty of alternatives to run. 

BlueStacks is an Android emulator that bills itself as the easiest and best way to play mobile games on PC or Mac, and it does this extremely well. Use your keyboard and mouse or gamepad in, for example, Call of Duty Mobile, to improve your accuracy and experience high FPS by using the power of your desktop device.

You can also run regular Android Apps like Netflix, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and more, easily benefiting from mobile-only services like ShowBox on your PC. Current minimum requirements for App Player for Windows include Windows 7 or higher, 2 GB or higher system memory, 5 GB of hard drive space, administrator rights, and an Intel or AMD processor.

BlueStacks is also completely free, and great for venturing into mobile emulation. If you want to run apps on the app store on your PC, this is the best way to do it.

BlueStacks offers a user-friendly interface that allows users to run Android apps on their Windows or Mac devices. It provides a familiar Android environment with easy navigation and app management.

BlueStacks delivers excellent performance, allowing users to play mobile games with high FPS and use keyboard, mouse, or gamepad for improved accuracy. It provides a smooth and seamless experience for running Android apps on a computer.

BlueStacks is compatible with Windows 7 or higher and Mac operating systems. It supports a wide range of Android apps and provides a convenient way to experience mobile-only services on a PC.

Limitations of BlueStacks Simulator

  • Limited iOS App Support: While BlueStacks allows running Android apps on a computer, it does not support running iOS apps. It is primarily intended for Android app compatibility.
  • Hardware Requirements: BlueStacks may require a computer with decent hardware specifications to run efficiently, especially for resource-intensive games and apps.
  • Touchscreen Functionality: While BlueStacks supports keyboard, mouse, and gamepad input, it does not have touchscreen functionality. Some apps may be designed for touchscreens and may not work optimally with BlueStacks’ input methods.
  • Limited App Store Access: BlueStacks uses the Google Play Store to download and install Android apps. Some apps may not be available on the Play Store or require additional installation steps.
  • Emulation Limitations: As an emulator, BlueStacks may not perfectly replicate the performance and behavior of a physical Android device. Some apps may have compatibility issues or limited functionality within the simulator.

6. The App Store on M1 Macs

The App Store On M1 Macs

And finally, this is the only way to run iOS apps on a computer natively… yes, I know I said before it wasn’t possible, and technically I was right. There’s no way to natively run iOS apps on x86 processors (Intel, AMD, etc., basically any desktop or laptop), but with the new ARM-based Macs powered by the M1 chip, Macbooks, and the Mac Mini with the M1 SoC are basically really powerful iPhones.

Apple has been making processors for years, and their iPhones and iPads run Apple’s A-series processors. For example, the iPhone 12 is powered by the Apple 14 Bionic CPU. The new Apple M1 processor is at its core a significantly more powerful version of the A14 Bionic and uses the same instruction set.

So, it’s possible to run iOS apps completely natively if you’re rocking the late 2020 MacBook Air, MacBook Pro , or Mac Mini. Of course, it doesn’t make sense to shell out at least $999 for a Mac to use iOS apps, but if you already have these new computers, you can do it.

Simply go to the Apple App Store and find the app you want. While most of them aren’t very well optimized for Macbooks, and it certainly doesn’t help that Macbooks don’t have touch screens (Apple, why!), it’s possible. If you’re using an M1 Mac, go ahead and try it out. It is the only way to run Apple iOS apps natively on a computer. 

Amongst all other best iOS simulators, the iPadian is a re-creation of the iOS experience, which makes it possible to access Apple-like services on your computer without spending money on actual iOS devices. Nevertheless, if you are looking for an emulator that lets you test iOS apps, you should consider Appetize.io. This service offers a number of useful automation and testing features, including easy access to network traffic, debug logs, and video recordings.

Is there an iOS simulator?

Yes, there is an iOS simulator available for developers to test and debug their iOS apps. The iOS simulator is included in Xcode, Apple’s integrated development environment (IDE). You can download and install Xcode from the Mac App Store, and once installed, you can launch the iOS simulator to simulate different iOS devices and test your apps on them.

What features should users look for when selecting an iOS simulator for their computer?

Compatibility: Make sure that the simulator is compatible with the version of iOS that you’re developing for.

Performance: Make sure that the simulator runs smoothly and provides a realistic simulation of the iOS operating system.

Features: Look for features such as a graphical user interface, debugging tools, and automated testing tools.

Cost: Consider the cost of the simulator, as well as any additional fees for upgrades or support.

Support: Check to see if the simulator includes customer support or online forums for help.

Are there any iOS simulators that are specifically designed for game developers?

Yes, iOS game developers can use Apple’s Xcode simulator to test and debug their games. Xcode provides a range of features and tools to help developers build and debug their games. Additionally, third-party simulators such as TestFlight, Appetize, and AppSimulator can also be used.

What are the advantages of using an iOS simulator over an actual iOS device for app testing?

There are several advantages of using an iOS simulator for app testing:

Cost: Simulators are free, while an actual iOS device can be quite expensive.

Efficiency: Simulators can test multiple scenarios quickly, while actual devices need to be reset each time a new scenario is tested.

Accessibility: Simulators are more easily accessible than actual devices, especially for those who don’t have access to physical devices.

Safety: It’s safer to use a simulator than an actual device, as simulators won’t cause any physical damage.

Debugging: Simulators make it easier to debug and troubleshoot apps, as they provide detailed logs and feedback.

Can iOS simulators be used to test apps on different versions of iOS, such as older versions or beta releases?

Yes, iOS simulators can be used to test apps on different versions of iOS, including older versions and beta releases. However, the development environment needs to be updated to support the desired version of iOS. Additionally, the app must be built to support the version of iOS in order to be tested on the simulator.

Can the iOS simulators accurately replicate the experience of using an actual iOS device?

No, the iOS simulators cannot accurately replicate the experience of using an actual iOS device. They are limited in the features that they can simulate, and can only provide a basic approximation of the experience.

Are there any limitations or drawbacks to using iOS simulators for app testing?

Yes, there are some limitations and drawbacks to using iOS simulators for app testing. Although simulators provide a convenient way to test apps on different versions of iOS without needing to use physical devices, some features may not be available on the simulator, such as the accelerometer, camera, and microphone.

Additionally, some performance tests may not be accurate when running on a simulator, as the device’s hardware is not the same as a physical device.

Furthermore, simulators may not be able to accurately reproduce certain user interactions, such as accessing the home button or taking screenshots. Finally, simulators are not able to replicate the real-world environment, so it may be difficult to test for certain environmental factors.

Are iOS emulators safe?

Yes, iOS emulators are safe to use as long as you download them from trusted sources. However, it’s important to note that using an iOS emulator may still be subject to legal restrictions, so make sure to review the terms and conditions before using one.

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Safari is one of the many Apple apps bundled with iOS and macOS. With iOS 18 and macOS Sequoia, Apple has introduced Safari 18 with new features and improvements. However, when it comes to the Mac, you don’t need to update your Mac to macOS 15 in order to try out the new Safari 18 beta.

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The new version of Safari comes with Highlights, a new way to quickly find relevant information (such as an address or phone number) on a webpage. It also introduces a redesigned Reader that summarizes webpage content using AI. There are a lot of improvements in the backend too.

While features like Highlights will likely remain exclusive to iOS 18 and macOS Sequoia, the beta version of Safari 18 for previous versions of macOS brings many of the backend improvements.

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Anyone with a Mac running macOS Sonoma or macOS Ventura can download Safari 18 beta from the Apple Beta Software website . It’s worth noting that installing Safari beta on your Mac replaces the main Safari rather than keeping both versions, so don’t do this if you rely on Safari for your work.

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