OmniWeb 5.1

Seattle, WA –January 5, 2005 — The Omni Group today released OmniWeb
5.1, an important update to the web browser which three weeks ago
received an Editor’s Choice award from Macworld Magazine, one of the
Macintosh industry’s most prestigious awards for breakthrough product

OmniWeb 5.1 integrates the latest Apple WebCore rendering engine,
offering greater compatibility with web sites. Additionally, caching
changes have dramatically improved OmniWeb’s history browsing

OmniWeb 5.1 also gives you the ability to tab between form elements
(text fields, buttons, popups, checkboxes, radio buttons, etc.), and
has improved Java compatibility and performance. Other improvements
include a number of fixes and updates; the full list is available at

OmniWeb 5.1 is available as a 30 day trial from
( Note the
trial period includes 30 separate days, not just 30 launches.

OmniWeb 5 sells for $29.95. Upgrades to OmniWeb 5 from previous
versions are $9.95. OmniWeb 5.1 is a free upgrade to OmniWeb 5.
Educational and family pack pricing are available from The Omni Group’s
online store at (

About The Omni Group: The Omni Group develops productivity
applications exclusively for Mac OS X. The Omni Group is the developer
of OmniWeb, a web browser offering far more than standard browsing
features; OmniOutliner, an outlining and organizational tool which was
awarded first place, US category, in O’Reilly’s Mac OS X Innovators
Contest; and OmniGraffle, a diagramming application that won both a
Macworld Eddy Award and a MacUser UK Maxine Award in 2003. Founded in
1993, The Omni Group is located in Seattle, WA.