- Top Sites – a visual preview of frequently visited pages
- Full History Search – to search through titles, web addresses and the complete text of recently viewed pages
- Cover Flow – to easily flip through web history or bookmarks
- Tabs on Top – to make tabbed browsing easier and more intuitive
Have you downloaded it yet? What's your favorite feature?
Update: The new Safari 4 public beta released today scores 100/100 on the Acid 3 test.
This is an improvement over Safari 3.2.1 (5523.15) which scored worse – 75/100. By comparison, Firefox 3.0.6 on the Mac scores an abysmal 56 (on mine) to 71/100. The WebKit browsers (Safari, Chrome, Epiphany, Arora) are the only ones to pass the test. More results can be found in the Wikipedia entry for Acid 3.
Update 2: If you're only getting 98 or 99 out of 100 with Safari b4 (as I was) clear out your caches and you should be able to get a perfect score.