The Safari 15 extension for Mac allows you to determine which tab is active

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After several complaints, Apple has brought back the old Safari interface, which is now available as an optional layout for users who didn’t like the new unified design. In addition to the new design, Safari 15 also comes with tab groups, synchronized home page settings, and security updates related to the HTTPS protocol.

Safari 15 introduces a new browsing experience that unifies the address bar with the tab bar. To achieve this, multiple buttons have been hidden from the main interface and tab management has changed significantly, which has upset many users since the first beta release of macOS Monterey was announced in June.

Highlights

  • Users can update to Safari 15 by going to the Software Update menu in the System Preferences app. So far, Apple has not given a word on when macOS Monterey will be available to the public.

  • It’s worth noting that some Safari 15 features like built-in translator still require macOS Monterey, so you won’t be able to use them with macOS Big Sur or macOS Catalina.

You can get to webpage settings by tapping on the Aa, or reload a page by tapping on the reload button. With this Tab Bar interface, when you scroll through a webpage, the entire Tab Bar collapses down so you can see more of the website. You can bring it back up with a tap.

There is a dedicated control bar at the bottom of the Safari interface, and above that, an integrated tab bar and address bar. You can swipe left and right to swap tabs, or tap into the bar to search or type in a new URL. The dedicated control bar was added in a later ‌iOS 15‌ beta and offers access to forward/back, share tools, bookmarking tools, and tabs.