Safari's Extensions Gallery has gone live and there's quite a bit to look through and add to your browser at launch. We took a gander through the offerings and picked out some of the extensions worth noting. Here's the (updating) list.
To use these extensions, you'll need to have Safari installed and have it updated to the latest version. Both Macs and Windows installations have Apple's updating software you can use to grab the 5.0.1 copy, but if you've disabled Apple's Software Update on Windows, you'll need to grab a fresh copy manually.
We've provided links to the extension maker and a direct installation link for each extension we picked out, with each link coming from the extension maker. To manage these extensions once you've got them installed, head to your Safari preferences and look for the newly enabled Extensions menu.
Twitter for Safari: Twitter's official client for sending tweets, but also reading tweets and seeing Twitter profiles related to the page you're on. You can easily tweet about a page you're looking at too, with a pre-shortened URL. [Install in Safari]
TrueNew Count for Gmail and Google Apps: More than just providing a count of the messages marked unread, TrueNew's counter shows you how many messages are unread since the last time you looked at Gmail or Google Apps. [Install in Safari]
InvisibleHand: Like the Firefox and (slightly scandalous) Chrome extensions, InvisibleHand checks the shopping item pages you're looking at to see if the item is offered elsewhere — Amazon, Buy.com and the like — at a cheaper price. [Install in Safari]
LastPass: One of our favourite universal password systems, LastPass is an elegant little plug-in for storing your passwords, filling them in automatically, and yet keeping them encrypted and available anywhere you go. [Install in Safari]
Web of Trust: Reads out everything the very excellent Web of Trust community knows about the site you're on — encryption, trustworthiness, vendor reliability for various components and so on. [Install in Safari]
Awesome Screenshot: Like its Chrome counterpart, Awesome Screenshot handles the capture, annotation, sensitive data blurring and upload/sharing aspects of grabbing web pages, no extra software needed. [Install in Safari] Search Tools
What's your favourite offering in the Safari Extensions Gallery so far?