Cookie gives you total control over all cookie storage types: HTTP cookies, Flash cookies, HTML5 databases, localStorage, IndexedDB as well as browser history and caches. Rest assured Cookie has all your private data covered.
Simple enough for even the most technophobic computer users, yet Cookie makes no compromises for power users. After a quick initial setup, Cookie will protect your privacy, keeping you safe from tracking and online profiling just the way you want.
Advanced detection and removal of spying and tracking cookie threats. Select favorite domains for all cookie types to completely customise your browsing experience. Setup automatic removal schedules for even better peace of mind.
Removal schedules and favorites can all be configured individually for each browser, or globally for all browsers. And because some Chrome based browsers support the use of multiple users, so does Cookie.
A quick tutorial showing how easy it is to get Cookie up and running.
A quick tutorial showing automatic removal in action.
Upgrading from Cookie 5 should be relatively painless, as you can import all your settings and favorites in the setup window when you first run Cookie.
Upgrades from Cookie 4 are a little more involved, but still releatively straight forward. In a nutshell; export your favorites from Cookie 4, and then reimport them in the setup window.
For anyone who purchased Cookie 5 after Jun 1 2019 the upgrade to Cookie 6 is a free upgrade, just contact me with some kind of proof of purchase for a license or a Mac App Store upgrade code. For older purchases, shoot me an email for an upgrade coupon. Alternatively, Cookie does go on sale from time to time, and you can follow SweetP Productions on Twitter for notifications. 👍
Cookies are used by websites to store data on your computer, which can be then transmitted back to the server. For example, cookies can store such information as shopping cart contents, login data, search history or browsing history. This data whilst mostly harmless, and even useful - can potentially be shared amongst different websites - effectively tracking exactly where you go, what you search for and creating an online profile of you for targeting marketing.
Because it's your data, your privacy! Your browsing habits shouldn't be up for sale to the highest bidder. Company X doesn't need to know you searched for products from company Y three weeks ago. And company Z doesn't need to know you just bought a pair of fluffy pink rabbit slippers from company X. These companies would all argue that it makes YOUR life easier knowing all this information about you. But in reality its just an invasion of your privacy.
Cookies come in a number of different forms: HTTP cookies, Flash cookies, Isolated Storage, Local Storage, Databases, IndexedDB's etc... and Cookie takes away the headache of managing all of these.
Just set it and forget it. After a quick 5min setup, Cookie will automatically remove all your private data to whatever schedule you choose. It couldn't be easier!
I've been using Cookie for years. It protects all the different browsers I use, taking the guesswork out the process that would otherwise be required to keep on top of various add-ons to the various browsers. I have it set to auto-delete every time I close a browser, but the interface makes it very easy for me to see all the cookies stored in my different browsers and to decide which ones to allow and which ones to delete.
Have used Cokie for many years. Does exactly what it says on the tin. Sits quietly in the background. Works superbly and light on resources.
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Cookie ist eine unverzichtbare Ergänzung für Safari um eine leistungsstarke Cookie-Steuerung zu erhalten.
Die neue Version kann nicht wirklich mehr als die vorherige Cookie 5. Lediglich die Rechte-Zuweisung funktioniert etwas besser.
Es besteht daher keine unmittelbare Notwendigkeit die neue Version zu erwerben. Trotzdem sollte man das machen um die kontinuierliche Arbeit einers Entwicklers zu belohnen, der nicht auf das Abo-Modell setzt.