Choosy in your browser
Choosy provides browser extensions for a number of popular browsers. Each extension adds a Choosy button to the browser's menu bar, so you can easily send the page you're looking at in one browser to another.
They also add an item to the browser's context-menu, so whenever you control-click (or right-click) on a link you can send it directly to Choosy.
Built into Choosy
When you launch Choosy for the first time, several browser extensions are installed by default.
The Safari extension is built right into Choosy. Enable it in Safari's preferences, or from the browsers list in Choosy.
The Google Chrome extension is automatically downloaded from the Chrome Web Store. The first time you restart Chrome after installing Choosy, you will be prompted to enable it.
Check out the help page on browser extensions for more information on setting up the built-in extensions.
For browsers that don't support automatic installation, you can download the extensions.
Don't see one of your favourite browsers in the list of extensions? Don't worry! You can still send pages from your browser to Choosy, using this bookmarklet.
Drag it your bookmarks bar, so it'll be there when you need it:Choosy