NEW DELHI: Innovation has always been a hallmark of Appleâ€™s products. When Apple launched Safari 5 last month, along with the much-hyped iPhone 4, it claimed the latest version is the worldâ€™s fastest and most innovative web browser. But various tests show that Chrome 6 is a tad faster and Apple will try to overcome that hitch in its forthcoming updates. Here is a look at some of the features of Safari 5 web browser: Safari Reader With a wide range of new features, Safari surely proves itself to be a great browsing experience. â€˜Safari Readerâ€™ is one such addition in Safari 5. The Reader presents a neat, ad-free version of the web page content. This tool can be activated via a â€˜Readerâ€™ icon which appears within the address bar when one visits a compatible webpage. On clicking it, a paper-like scroll appears within the address bar and presents only the text version, as if it was copied manually and pasted onto word. Multi-page articles pulled into the window The Reader also pulls multi-page articles into the window, making it a pleasant experience for readers to browse through long articles. This innovation is one which other developers need to watch out for -- that is to develop innovative ways to grab the attention span of users. Address bar scans URLs A convenient address bar scans entire URLs for easier recall of visited webpages. The function provided for the web search is not as good as Googleâ€™s Chrome which combines the search and address bar. Using tabs is a pleasure on Safari 5 as they can be moved back and forth and even out on to the desktop to create a new window. This feature is absent in IE or Firefox. A small thumbnail represents the page. It zooms to full size when released. The functionality becomes better as dragging a tab from one browser window into another is simple.