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Coherence 5.2.3 macOS

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Coherence 5.2.3 macOS

Coherence 5.2.3 | macOS | 7 mb
Coherence allows you to turn any website into a full-blown macOS application in seconds. Simply name your app, type in a URL, and grab a favicon. And, using the power of Google Chrome, Coherence allows each app to have separate settings and extensions.





Name your app
It all starts off with naming your app. Simply launch the Coherence utility, and type in a name. This will become the name of your application system wide.

Type a URL
Coherence supports practically any site. Simply enter the URL into Coherence.

Grab an icon
Select an icon for your app. Coherence supports most file types, and will even fetch the favicon from the website you entered within seconds.

Pick your Extensions
Coherence 5 Includes Extension Manager, a one of a kind feature that allows you to replicate extensions from your main Chrome instance to your Coherence apps. All your apps will retain separate settings, but can easily include all of your setup extensions

Fine Tune
Now in Coherence 5, select from the standard single window Coherence App and a Tabbed Coherence App. Also, select where your new Application will reside.

Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later 64-bit
Homepage:
https://www.bzgwebs.com/coherence5
https://www.bzgwebs.com/coherence5


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