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We've compiled a list of 13 free and paid alternatives to Choosy. The primary competitors include MultiBrowser, Finicky. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Choosy and Browser Selector, BrowserFreedom, Browserosaurus. Also you can look at other similar options here: About.

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Choosy opens links in different browsers as specified, according to rules, set by the user.

Choosy Platforms

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Choosy Overview

Choosy opens links in different browsers as specified, according to rules, set by the user.

Forget the default browser, Choosy opens links in the right browser. When you click on a link Choosy will do the right thing, whether thats something simple (like using whatever browser is already running) or something complex (like prompting you to pick a browser, but only when you hold down the shift key and click on a link to

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