The latest user agents for Safari

Apple's Safari web browser runs on mobile devices (iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches) and macOS computers. Depending on which platform you're using (or want to pretend you're using!) the user agent will be a bit different.

Here we have the latest user agents for Safari on mobile and computer platforms.

Unlike some other popular browsers and platforms, we've noticed that Safari definitely seems to have less "extra" stuff in its user agent - standard Safari will never announce the exact model number of the device being used, and there's generally much less additional fragments added by installed addons/apps - toolbars and so on.

That said, you're welcome to explore our huge listing of various Safari user agents to see the different variations of user agents.

Latest Safari on macOS User Agents

Latest safari on ios user agents, special notes, safari on ios 13.

You may have already noticed, but Safari on the latest version of iOS (version 13) no longer includes fragments to indicate that Safari's running on iOS... instead the user agent is indistinguishable from the desktop version of macOS.

As such, it's not possible to provide valid sample user agents for them any more.

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You can use our User Agent Parser page to try out different user agent varieties, or to test if your user agent switcher is working properly.

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If you're interested in our database of many millions of user agents, please check out our API which provides access to our user agent database . You can perform very detailed and specific queries on it to find user agents that match your exact criteria - version numbers, hardware types, platforms and so on.

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The most common useragents list is compiled from the user logs data of a number of popular sites across niches and geography, cleansed (bots removed), and enriched with information about the device and browser.

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  • The latest useragents list is a list of the absolute latest useragents for a specific browser and device type. If you don't have a large scraping task (and so don't need to rotate useragents), you can likely safely use just one of these.

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Some sites will give you different content depending on the device you're using, so you should select the user agent with the correct device type for the task.

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How to Change User Agents in Chrome, Edge, Safari & Firefox

SEO professionals can change their browser's user-agent to identify issues with cloaking or audit websites on different devices. Learn the process here.

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Whether you are an SEO, marketer, or web developer, often you might need to change your browser’s user-agent to test different things.

For example, you’re running a MAC-OS-specific campaign. To find out if your campaign is running properly and not targeting Linux users, changing the user-agent of your browser can help you test.

For web developers, changing user-agents is almost a daily task in order to test how websites behave in different browsers and devices.

What Is a User-Agent?

A user-agent is an HTTP request header string identifying browsers, applications, or operating systems that connect to the server.

Not only browsers have user-agents, but also bots, crawlers such as search engines Googlebot , Google AdSense, etc.

HTTP header user-agent

Here we are going to learn how to change the user-agent of your browser.

The process is called user-agent spoofing .

Yes, when a browser or any client sends a different user-agent HTTP header from what they are and fake it that is called spoofing.

While the term may be alarming, this is not a dangerous activity and will not cause any problems for you. (So feel free to spoof your user-agent as much as you want. 🙂)

How to Change Your User-Agent on Chrome & Edge

Since Microsoft Edge is now using Chromium , the settings for both Chrome and Edge are the same.

1. Right Click Anywhere in Webpage > Inspect

Alternatively, you can use CTR+Shift+I on Windows, Cmd + Opt +J on Mac.

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2. Choose More Tools > Network Conditions

Click on the three vertical dots on the upper right corner.

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3. Uncheck Select Automatically Checkbox

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4. Choose One Among the Built-In User-Agents List

Change user agent in Chrome Edge

If the user-agent you want doesn’t exist, you can enter any string you want on the field below the list.

For example, you can enter the following (Googlebot’s user-agent) into the custom field.

This may be useful for SEO professionals to identify if there is a cloaking on the website when the webpage shows different content to Googlebot and another to website visitors.

Alternatively, you can use the Chrome extension User-Agent Switcher and Manager .

That said, I try not to use browser extensions when the browser can actually do the action I want. This is to avoid overloading the browser with tons of add-ons.

Also, extensions have a habit to break websites unexpectedly sometimes.

While you might think the website you visited has an issue, the root cause can be one of the add-ons you’re using.

How to Change User-Agent on Safari

1. go to preferences.

Safari browser preferences

2. Enable Develop Menu Bar

Go to Advanced  and check Show Develop menu in menu bar .

3. Navigate to Develop > User-Agent

Safari's develop menu. User agent

You can again select from a predefined list or enter custom user-agent string by choosing “Other…”

Safari custom user agent setting

How to Change User-Agent in Firefox

In Firefox, it is possible to change user-agents via the browser’s built-in settings.

However, it is not as user-friendly as on Chrome or Safari.

It is a real pain to use the browser’s built-in feature.

Instead, we will use a Firefox add-on called User-Agent Switcher .

After installing the add-on, you will see an icon in the upper right corner.

You can select one of the predefined user-agents or enter a custom user-agent by clicking on the pen icon below.

Firefox User-Agent Switcher extension

Another extension you can use is User-Agent Switcher and Manager .

Firefox User-Agent Switcher and Manager extension

The user-agents are easy to spoof and anyone can use these easy tricks to alter it.

This feature is useful for testing web apps against various devices especially when one has different HTML for mobile or tablet devices.

One doesn’t need to have many physical devices to be able to test.

This feature is useful for SEO professionals, for example, to identify issues with cloaking which is against Google’s Webmaster Guidelines or auditing websites which has different look depending on the device.

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  • New Bingbot User Agents Will Streamline SEO
  • 7 Essential SEO Browser Extensions & Plugins

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What is a user agent?

User agent is a HTTP request header string identifying browser, application, operating system which connects to the server. Not only browsers have user agent but also bots, search engines crawlers such as Googlebot, Google Adsense etc. which are not browsers.

What is user-agent spoofing?

When browser or any client sends different user-agent HTTP header from what they are and fakes it that is called spoofing .

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How to Change User Agent in Mac Safari Browser?

Mac comes with Safari as a default web browser app. Though Safari works well for visiting website, many prefer Chrome for development and integration purposes. If you are using Safari, did you anytime wonder how a website you see in Safari will look like in Chrome on Mac? You will probably install Chrome and check the site. However, what will you do if you want to test in Chrome Windows version or Microsoft Edge Windows version? Good thing is that it is not necessary to install Chrome and you can change the user agent in Safari as Chrome and test the sites easily.

User Agents

Each browser has its own user agent string so that the website owner can identify how the site is being accessed. The string will change based on the device, operating system and browser version you use. For example, below is the user agent for Chrome in Mac. You can use this free tool to check your browser’s user agent.

From this information, you can find the device is Macintosh and Chrome version 114 is used to access your website. For mere testing purposes, you do not need to install Chrome, Edge or Firefox in your Mac for checking the websites on those browsers. All you need is to simply switch the user agent string in Safari and test the site’s appearance.

Changing User Agent in Safari Mac

Since user agent is kind of developer stuff, Safari by default will disable this feature. You need to first enable “Develop” menu to reveal the feature in Safari.

  • Open Safari app in Mac and go to “Safari > Settings…” menu.

Open Safari Settings

  • Go to “Advanced” tab and enable “Show features for web developers” option showing at the bottom.

Advanced Safari Settings

  • Close Safari Settings pop-up and now you will see a “Develop” menu added to the browser.
  • Click on “Develop” menu and hover over “User Agent” to view a list of items.
  • By default, Safari automatically chooses the user agent and you can switch to one of the available agents from the list.
  • If you want to check the string, just hover over any item and Safari will show the full string as a tooltip for you to check.

Select User Agent in Mac Safari

Available and Custom User Agents

As of Safari 17.0, below are the available user agents showing in the menu items for the latest OS/browser versions. User agent string will be automatically updated in Safari when the OS/browser gets new version.

  • Safari – Mac, iPhone, iPad Mini and iPad.
  • Microsoft Edge – macOS and Windows
  • Google Chrome – macOS and Windows
  • Firefox – macOS and Windows

You can switch the user agent to any of these browsers and test the site. If you want to use custom string, then click on “Custom” menu showing as a last option in the menu. This will show a text box in the pop-up where you can enter your custom user agent string and click “OK” button.

Enter Custom User Agent

Testing Websites

After choosing the user agent, open the site that you want to test. Now, Safari will load the site as if you are seeing on different browser or device.

Test Site in Safari with Chrome User Agent

You can switch the user agent any time and Safari will reload the page using the new user agent. This way you can test whether the site is loading properly on different browsers without installing them on your Mac.

If you are using Chrome, learn more on how to change user agent in Google Chrome .

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How to Change the User Agent in Safari for Mac

Mahesh Makvana

In order to let websites serve browser-specific settings and pages, your browser sends a string called user agent to the websites that you visit on your computer. That way the target website gets to know what browser you are using and serves the pages accordingly. While most websites look the same in every browser, some have specific files that are only rendered when using a specific browser, Safari, for example. If you wish to see how a site looks in a specific browser, you can change the user agent in Safari on your Mac and pretend to be another browser.

When you change the user agent string, it technically changes the way websites interact with your browser. For example, if a site has a file that only renders when you’re using Chrome for Android, you can change the user agent to Chrome for Android in Safari and see that site as if you’re viewing it for real on your Android device.

Here’s how you can go about doing that.

Changing the User Agent in Safari for Mac

Fire up Safari on your Mac from the dock.

Click on “Safari” in the top left corner and select “Preferences…” You will be taken to the preferences panel for your browser.

Open Preferences.

Once in the “Preferences” panel, click on the “Advanced” tab located in the top bar. It should open the advanced settings for your browser.

Click on the 'Advanced' tab.

In the “Advanced” tab, you should see an option that says “Show Develop menu in menu bar.” Tick mark it, and it will add a new menu in the menu bar for you to change the user agent.

Selected 'Show Develop menu in menu bar.'

Pull down the new menu by clicking on “Develop” in the menu bar. Then select “User Agent,” and you should see a list of the predefined user agents that you can use right away with your browser. Click on any and it will be selected.

Predefined user-agents.

If you can’t find the user agent you want to use, click on “Other” in the menu, and it will let you manually specify one.

Click on 'Other' to manually specify a user agent.

You should see a prompt asking you to enter a user agent string that you wish to use in Safari on your Mac. This part is usually used by the geeks or developers who know what a user agent looks like and how to write one. If you are unsure, you can use the help of the User Agent String website to try out various agents in your browser.

When you are done entering the string, click on “OK,” and it will save it for you.

Type a custom user agent string.

To check whether the new user agent works or not, just visit any site that lets you check what browser you are using, and it will tell you the name of the browser depending on what user agent you provided in the previous step. I have provided the Opera Mini user agent thus the browser check site says I’m using Opera Mini, although my actual browser is Safari.

Use browser check to see what your browser is.

The user agent has been changed in Safari on your Mac, and you are now telling websites that you don’t use Safari but use another browser because the user agent string says so.

If you are looking to see how a website looks like in another browser without actually downloading it, you can use the above method and have Safari pretend to be the browser you want.

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Parse a User Agent String

Every time your web browser makes a request to a website, it sends a HTTP Header called the " User Agent ". The User Agent string contains information about your web browser name, operating system, device type and lots of other useful bits of information.

But every browser sends its user agent in a different format, so decoding them can be very tricky.

Use this tool to parse any user agent string you want to understand. We'll show you what the user agent means; whether it's a popular system like Safari on iPad, Chrome on Windows, whether it's a search engine spider bot or security analysing tool.

Why not start by parsing your browser's own user agent .

Explore the database of User Agents

We've got a huge collection of user agents grouped by browser, OS, platform, hardware and software types and layout engines.

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  • Opera (563,154)
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Operating Systems:

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  • iOS (6,441,691)
  • Windows (366,659)
  • Linux (74,706)
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  • Mac OS X (43,979)
  • Fire OS (11,753)
  • Symbian (5,834)
  • Chrome OS (2,614)

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Operating Platforms:

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  • Motorola Moto G (733,970)
  • LG Nexus 5 (416,644)
  • Google Pixel 2 (416,631)
  • Samsung SM-G900P (415,628)
  • Redmi (360,008)
  • Apple iPhone 11 (351,118)
  • Apple iPhone 13 (268,682)
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Software Types:

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  • Software Library (762)

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Hardware Types:

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  • E-Book Reader (11,788)
  • Music Player (4,263)

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Layout Engines:

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  • Presto (2,307)
  • Goanna (328)

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How to change safari's user agent on os x.

User agent "spoofing" is not a new thing.

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What is a user agent anyway.

You've probably been annoyed at one time or another when visiting a website that requires a specific browser. Luckily, you can fool a website into thinking you're using a different browser and you can do this with most, including Safari.

User agent "spoofing" is not a new thing. It was sometimes necessary when there was a so-called browser war. Website designers would often design pages to render and deliver different content depending on the user's browser. The solution to this was often to send a false "user agent string," which would fool the web server into delivering you the preferred content.

Today, users are less likely to have a problem since websites and browsers are better at adhering to web standards. That's not to say you won't still encounter one every now and then.

If you use Apple OS X's Safari, here's how you change the user agent, and even create custom ones as well.

When Safari visits a website, it will send a string of text such as this:

Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_10_2) AppleWebKit/600.3.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/8.0.3 Safari/600.3.18

This tells the web server that this particular user is running Safari 8 on a Mac running OS X 10.10.2.

It will obviously be different per the operating system and web browser. A computer running Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 10 would appear as such:

Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.1; Trident/6.0)

The list of user agent strings is quite extensive because there are so many browsers on different operating systems. By the way, it's possible to see what information your browser reveals about you , which includes your screen resolution, IP address, and more.

Changing Your User Agent on Safari

We've discussed the ways you can change the user agent on Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox . Let's discuss now how to change it on Apple OS X's Safari.

First, open Safari's preferences from the "Safari" menu or with "Command + ,".

With the preferences open, click on the "Advanced" tab. At the very bottom, you want to check the box next to "Show Develop menu in the menu bar" and then exit out of the preferences.

Now Safari will have a new menu devoted solely to development tools.

The "User Agent" menu is at the top. There's already quite a few options available including preceding versions of Safari on OS X and iOS, Chrome on Mac and Windows, as well as an "Other..." option.

The "Other..." option allows you to specify a user agent other than those listed, such as if you're curious to see how Google Chrome on an iPad running iOS 8.2 renders, you'd use the appropriate string.

When you open the "Other..." option from the User Agent menu then, you'd simply type of copy the user agent string for the browser you want to test.

Afterwards, the new user agent will appear in the User Agent menu. Note, however, you can only have one "other" user agent at a time.

As we suggested in the introduction, it's unusual to have to change your user agent because most browsers are fairly good now at adhering to standards, and most websites are browser agnostic (though some browsers work better on some sites than others).

On a related note, if you're curious to see how your browser does with regard to web standards, you can always try the Acid Tests developed by the Web Standards Project .

That said, we hope you've found this article useful. If you have anything you'd like to add, such as a question or a comment, please provide feedback in our discussion forum.

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We have a huge collection of over 410 million different user agents. Look around to find user agents for which ever browser, operating system, device, software type or layout engine you need. If you need to decode a user agent, use the User Agent Parser or the Browser Detection API .

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  • Facebook App (7,517,634)
  • Instagram (4,377,347)
  • Android WebView (3,489,227)
  • Chrome (3,025,251)
  • TikTok (664,864)
  • Opera (563,154)
  • Google News (435,072)
  • Snapchat (401,776)
  • WeChat (262,743)

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Operating Systems:

  • Android (15,376,194)
  • iOS (6,441,691)
  • Windows (366,659)
  • Linux (74,706)
  • macOS (55,527)
  • Mac OS X (43,979)
  • Fire OS (11,753)
  • Symbian (5,834)
  • Chrome OS (2,614)

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Operating Platforms:

  • Apple iPhone (1,057,455)
  • Motorola Moto G (733,970)
  • LG Nexus 5 (416,644)
  • Google Pixel 2 (416,631)
  • Samsung SM-G900P (415,628)
  • Redmi (360,008)
  • Apple iPhone 11 (351,118)
  • Apple iPhone 13 (268,682)
  • Apple iPhone 12 (256,753)

Browse all Operating Platforms

Software Types:

  • In-App Browser (17,396,589)
  • Web Browser (4,931,880)
  • Crawler (164,978)
  • Analyser (38,578)
  • Application (14,863)
  • Site Monitor (10,517)
  • Media Player (1,717)
  • Bot (1,405)
  • Software Library (762)

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Hardware Types:

  • Phone (11,693,696)
  • Mobile (8,817,126)
  • Tablet (1,321,802)
  • Computer (533,780)
  • Server (216,748)
  • E-Book Reader (11,788)
  • Music Player (4,263)

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Layout Engines:

  • WebKit (15,252,490)
  • Blink (6,669,517)
  • EdgeHTML (147,194)
  • Gecko (77,520)
  • NetFront (43,542)
  • Trident (30,271)
  • Presto (2,307)
  • Goanna (328)

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Welcome to The User Agent Knowledgebase

We've been decoding user agents for more than 13 years and we've seen it all - the good, the bad and the downright weird! This website is a collection of resources dedicated to understanding and working with user agents, including the new proposal which may end up eliminating user agents: Client Hints .

As well as this, we've also got resources (such as our Frontend Library ) dedicated to detecting frontend web browser features and settings, so that you can understand what technology your website visitors are using and help solve their technical problems. It's the same technology we use on whatismybrowser.com .

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User-Agents is a JavaScript package for generating random User Agents based on how frequently they're used in the wild. A new version of the package is automatically released every day, so the data is always up to date. The generated data includes hard to find browser-fingerprint properties, and powerful filtering capabilities allow you to restrict the generated user agents to fit your exact needs.

Web scraping often involves creating realistic traffic patterns, and doing so generally requires a good source of data. The User-Agents package provides a comprehensive dataset of real-world user agents and other browser properties which are commonly used for browser fingerprinting and blocking automated web browsers. Unlike other random user agent generation libraries, the User-Agents package is updated automatically on a daily basis. This means that you can use it without worrying about whether the data will be stale in a matter of months.

Generating a realistic random user agent is as simple as running new UserAgent() , but you can also easily generate user agents which correspond to a specific platform, device category, or even operating system version. The fastest way to get started is to hop down to the Examples section where you can see it in action!

Installation

The User Agents package is available on npm with the package name user-agents . You can install it using your favorite JavaScript package manager in the usual way.

The User-Agents library offers a very flexible interface for generating user agents. These examples illustrate some common use cases, and show how the filtering API can be used in practice.

Generating a Random User Agent

The most basic usage involves simply instantiating a UserAgent instance. It will be automatically populated with a random user agent and browser fingerprint.

In this example, we've generated a random user agent and then logged out stringified versions both the userAgent.data object and userAgent itself to the console. An example output might look something like this.

The userAgent.toString() call converts the user agent into a string which corresponds to the actual user agent. The data property includes a randomly generated browser fingerprint that can be used for more detailed emulation.

Restricting Device Categories

By passing an object as a filter, each corresponding user agent property will be restricted based on its values.

This code will generate a user agent with a deviceCategory of mobile . If you replace mobile with either desktop or tablet , then the user agent will correspond to one of those device types instead.

Generating Multiple User Agents With The Same Filters

There is some computational overhead involved with applying a set of filters, so it's far more efficient to reuse the filter initialization when you need to generate many user agents with the same configuration. You can call any initialized UserAgent instance like a function, and it will generate a new random instance with the same filters (you can also call userAgent.random() if you're not a fan of the shorthand).

This code example initializes a single user agent with a filter that limits the platform to Win32 , and then uses that instance to generate 1000 more user agents with the same filter.

Regular Expression Matching

You can pass a regular expression as a filter and the generated user agent will be guaranteed to match that regular expression.

This example will generate a user agent that contains a Safari substring.

Custom Filter Functions

It's also possible to implement completely custom logic by using a filter as a function. The raw userAgent.data object will be passed into your function, and it will be included as a possible candidate only if your function returns true . In this example, we'll use the useragent package to parse the user agent string and then restrict the generated user agents to iOS devices with an operating system version of 11 or greater.

The filtering that you apply here is completely up to you, so there's really no limit to how specific it can be.

Combining Filters With Arrays

You can also use arrays to specify collections of filters that will all be applied. This example combines a regular expression filter with an object filter to generate a user agent with a connection type of wifi , a platform of MacIntel , and a user agent that includes a Safari substring.

This example also shows that you can specify both multiple and nested properties on object filters.

class: UserAgent([filters])

  • filters < Array , Function , Object , RegExp , or String > - A set of filters to apply to the generated user agents. The filter specification is extremely flexible, and reading through the Examples section is the best way to familiarize yourself with what sort of filtering is possible.

UserAgent is an object that contains the details of a randomly generated user agent and corresponding browser fingerprint. Each time the class is instantiated, it will randomly populate the instance with a new user agent based on the specified filters. The instantiated class can be cast to a user agent string by explicitly calling toString() , accessing the userAgent property, or implicitly converting the type to a primitive or string in the standard JavaScript ways ( e.g. `${userAgent}` ). Other properties can be accessed as outlined below.

userAgent.random()

  • returns: < UserAgent >

This method generates a new UserAgent instance using the same filters that were used to construct userAgent . The following examples both generate two user agents based on the same filters.

The reason to prefer the second pattern is that it reuses the filter processing and preparation of the data for random selection. Subsequent random generations can easily be over 100x faster than the initial construction.

userAgent()

As a bit of syntactic sugar, you can call a UserAgent instance like userAgent() as a shorthand for userAgent.random() . This allows you to think of the instance as a generator, and lends itself to writing code like this.

userAgent.toString()

  • returns: < String >

Casts the UserAgent instance to a string which corresponds to the user agent header. Equivalent to accessing the userAgent.userAgent property.

userAgent.data

  • appName < String > - The value of navigator.appName .
  • connection < Object > - The value of navigator.connection .
  • cpuClass < String > - The value of navigator.cpuClass .
  • deviceCategory < String > - One of desktop , mobile , or tablet depending on the type of device.
  • oscpu < String > - The value of navigator.oscpu .
  • platform < String > - The value of navigator.platform .
  • pluginsLength < Number > - The value of navigator.plugins.length .
  • screenHeight < Number > - The value of screen.height .
  • screenWidth < Number > - The value of screen.width .
  • vendor < String > - The value of navigator.vendor .
  • userAgent < String > - The value of navigator.userAgent .
  • viewportHeight < Number > - The value of window.innerHeight .
  • viewportWidth < Number > - The value of window.innerWidth .

The userAgent.data contains the randomly generated fingerprint for the UserAgent instance. Note that each property of data is also accessible directly on userAgent . For example, userAgent.appName is equivalent to userAgent.data.appName .

The project follows the Semantic Versioning guidelines . The automated deployments will always correspond to patch versions, and minor versions should not introduce breaking changes. It's likely that the structure of user agent data will change in the future, and this will correspond to a new major version.

Please keep in mind that older major versions will cease to be updated after a new major version is released. You can continue to use older versions of the software, but you'll need to upgrade to get access to the latest data.

Acknowledgements

The user agent frequency data used in this library is generously provided by Intoli , the premier residential and smart proxy provider for web scraping. The details of how the data is updated can be found in the blog post User-Agents — A random user agent generation library that's always up to date .

If you have a high-traffic website and would like to contribute data to the project, then send us an email at [email protected] . Additional data sources will help make the library more useful, and we'll be happy to add a link to your site in the acknowledgements.

Contributing

Contributions are welcome, but please follow these contributor guidelines outlined in CONTRIBUTING.md .

User-Agents is licensed under a BSD 2-Clause License and is copyright Intoli, LLC .

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警告: 请阅读 使用用户代理字段进行浏览器检测 来了解为什么为不同的浏览器提供不同的页面或者服务通常不是一个好主意。

web 浏览器的通用格式为:

产品标识符——其名称或开发代号。

零个或多个包含更多细节的注释。例如,子产品的信息。

Firefox 用户代理字符串

关于更多 Firefox 和基于 Gecko 的用户代理字符串的信息,请参阅 Firefox 用户代理字符串参考 。Firefox 的用户代理字符串分为 4 个组成部分:

  • Mozilla/5.0 是一个通用标记,表示浏览器与 Mozilla 兼容。出于历史原因,现在每种浏览器几乎都会发送这一标记。
  • platform 描述浏览器运行的原生平台(Windows、Mac、Linux、Android 等)以及是否运行在手机上。 Firefox 操作系统 手机会标注为 Mobile ——意指 web 即是平台。注意, platform 可能包含多个由“ ; ”分隔的标记。详情和示例请见下文。
  • rv: geckoversion 表示 Gecko 引擎的发布版本(例如“ 17.0 ”)。在近期的浏览器中, geckoversion 与 firefoxversion 相同。
  • Gecko/geckotrail 表示浏览器基于 Gecko 引擎。(在桌面平台上, geckotrail 始终是固定的字符串 20100101 。)
  • Firefox/firefoxversion 表示浏览器为 Firefox,并提供其版本号(例如“ 17.0 ”)。

Chrome 用户代理字符串

基于 Chrome(Chromium 或 Blink 引擎)的浏览器用户代理字符串与 Firefox 相似。为了保持兼容性,它会添加诸如 KHTML, like Gecko 和 Safari 的字符串。

Opera 用户代理字符串

Opera 浏览器同样是基于 Blink 引擎,这就是为什么它看起来与 Chrome 用户代理字符串几乎一样,只是添加了 "OPR/<version>" 。

较早版本中基于 Presto 的 Opera 版本中使用了:

微软 Edge 用户代理字符串

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Users often invest significant time and effort creating an identity, adding data, and customizing settings and preferences within your app. Preserving this data and personalization for users when they upgrade to a new device or re-install your app is an important part of ensuring a great user experience. This page describes what data to back up and the backup options available to you.

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Identity and account data, settings data, and app data on a device.

Figure 1. Make sure you restore identity data, app data, and settings data for users returning to your app.

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  • A new research paper found that various AI systems have learned the art of deception. 
  • Deception is the "systematic inducement of false beliefs."
  • This poses several risks for society, from fraud to election tampering.

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AI can boost productivity by helping us code, write, and synthesize vast amounts of data. It can now also deceive us.

A range of AI systems have learned techniques to systematically induce "false beliefs in others to accomplish some outcome other than the truth," according to a new research paper .

The paper focused on two types of AI systems: special-use systems like Meta's CICERO, which are designed to complete a specific task, and general-purpose systems like OpenAI's GPT-4 , which are trained to perform a diverse range of tasks.

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"Generally speaking, we think AI deception arises because a deception-based strategy turned out to be the best way to perform well at the given AI's training task. Deception helps them achieve their goals," the paper's first author Peter S. Park, an AI existential safety postdoctoral fellow at MIT, said in a news release .

Meta's CICERO is "an expert liar"

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    Safari is a web browser developed by Apple Inc. This browser renders web pages using the WebKit engine. Latest Safari versions: Safari 16.2; Safari 16.1; Safari 16.0; ... Latest user agents (if you are looking for complete list, download it here): Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 17_4_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/605.1.15 (KHTML, like Gecko ...

  12. Parse a user agent

    Parse a User Agent String. Every time your web browser makes a request to a website, it sends a HTTP Header called the " User Agent ". The User Agent string contains information about your web browser name, operating system, device type and lots of other useful bits of information. But every browser sends its user agent in a different format ...

  13. How to Change Safari's User Agent on OS X

    With the preferences open, click on the "Advanced" tab. At the very bottom, you want to check the box next to "Show Develop menu in the menu bar" and then exit out of the preferences. Now Safari will have a new menu devoted solely to development tools. The "User Agent" menu is at the top. There's already quite a few options available including ...

  14. What's My User Agent?

    Useragent is a small piece of data that is sent by your web browser when accessing a website or application. It is used to identify the type of browser you are using, what device and operating system you are using, and the version of the browser you are using. This information is important for websites and applications to ensure optimal ...

  15. User-Agent

    For more on Firefox- and Gecko-based user agent strings, see the Firefox user agent string reference. The UA string of Firefox is broken down into 4 components: Mozilla/5.0 (platform; rv:geckoversion) Gecko/geckotrail Firefox/firefoxversion Mozilla/5.0 is the general token that says that the browser is Mozilla-compatible. For historical reasons ...

  16. User Agents

    Welcome to The User Agent Knowledgebase. We've been decoding user agents for more than 13 years and we've seen it all - the good, the bad and the downright weird! This website is a collection of resources dedicated to understanding and working with user agents, including the new proposal which may end up eliminating user agents: Client Hints. As well as this, we've also got resources (such as ...

  17. How to Change User-Agent in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and more

    Here's how: Go to Preferences from the Safari menu. Here move to the Advanced tab and check the checkbox next to the Show Develop menu in the menu bar option. A new Develop menu will appear on the menu bar next to Bookmarks; click on it and hover the mouse cursor over the User Agent option.

  18. intoli/user-agents

    The user agent frequency data used in this library is generously provided by Intoli, the premier residential and smart proxy provider for web scraping.The details of how the data is updated can be found in the blog post User-Agents — A random user agent generation library that's always up to date.. If you have a high-traffic website and would like to contribute data to the project, then send ...

  19. User-Agent

    User-Agent 请求标头是一个特征字符串,使得服务器和对等网络能够识别发出请求的用户代理的应用程序、操作系统、供应商或版本信息。 警告: 请阅读 使用用户代理字段进行浏览器检测 来了解为什么为不同的浏览器提供不同的页面或者服务通常不是一个好主意。

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    One fatal act will change the new Venom's life forever! Finally, the Crime-Master unites Jack O'Lantern, The Human Fly, Toxin and more to destroy Venom! The villain's plan is so diabolical, it ...

  21. Mac

    User agent Browser Hardware; Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_13_5) AppleWebKit/605.1.15 (KHTML, like Gecko) CriOS/125 Version/11.1.1 Safari/605.1.15: Chrome Mobile iOS 125: desktop: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_7) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/91..4472.164 Safari/537.36 (dd047371-d6df-4dfb-b7b6 ...

  22. Data backup overview

    Data backup overview. Users often invest significant time and effort creating an identity, adding data, and customizing settings and preferences within your app. Preserving this data and personalization for users when they upgrade to a new device or re-install your app is an important part of ensuring a great user experience.

  23. Google just gave us a tantalizing glimpse into the future of AI agents

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  24. AI Has Already Figured Out How to Deceive Humans

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