The iCab web browser is only available on the Macintosh but has some interesting features not found in other products. It is developed by a small German company run by Alexander Clauss and Oliver Joppich. The browser was originally developed for use on the Atari platform.
The browser is compact, fast and standards-based and can be downloaded free from the iCab web site (http://www.iCab.de). The current version is 2.1 and is available at the moment as a preview or Beta product (see web-references).
iCab supports some interesting features such as image and cookie filtering. This allows much finer control over image display than simply switching images on and off. By default, iCab is set up to not filter out banner ads, but by virtue of its awareness of standard banner ad image sizes it can prevent the display of banners leaving other graphics intact. It can also filter based on URL contents. Cookie filtering is also flexible and sophisticated.
The <LINK REL="..."> and <LINK REV="..."> tags are actively supported and provide some structural navigation when sites implement these tags properly.
Access the iCab web site for more details of special features.