Apple’s new developer program may actually bring more extensions to Safari

Safari users have always gone wanting for extensions. The very thing that makes Chrome so useful is widely missing on Safari, but may get better with Apple’s new developer program. Just yesterday, Apple consolidated their various developer programs into one cohesive unit. At first blush, it’s great for OS X and iOS developers who may want to play in each other’s sandbox now and then. Circling all the way around, we find Safari developers will have to pay the same $99 annual fee as of July 8. It might sound a bit grabby of Apple to ask for a $99 fee…

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