After releasing then pulling a update for the desktop Safari browser on OS X last week, Apple on Thursday posted Safari 8.0.2 for Yosemite.
In addition to allowing Yosemite users to import username and passwords from Mozilla’s Firefox browser, Safari 8.0.2 fixes a few annoying issues, among them history not syncing across devices if iCloud Drive is disabled and another one prevent a saved password from being autofilled after two devices are added to iCloud Keychain.
The update is available through the Mac App Store’s Updates tab. A standalone installer should be available shortly from the Apple Support website. Safari 7.1.2 for OS X Mavericks and Safari 6.2.2 for OS X Mountain Lion were also released on Thursday.
Safari 8.0.2 for Yosemite changelog:
- Fixes an issue that could prevent history from syncing across devices if iCloud Drive is not on.
- Fixes an issue that could prevent a saved password from being autofilled after two devices are added to iCloud Keychain.
- Improves the performance of WebGL graphics on Retina displays
- Allows users to import username and passwords from Firefox.
- Fixes a rare issue in which some users were unable to access Safari after installing the 8.0.1 update.
The updates are recommended for all OS X Yosemite, Mavericks and Mountain Lion users as they contain improvements to stability and security.