Macintosh utility-maker, SmileOnMyMac, has released a public beta of its Web history visualization and search tool,
Browseback. According to the developer, the application stores a PDF of every web page visited and makes the pages accessible, allowing the user to browse thumbnails of the pages. The history gathered by Browseback can also be searched by content, making it possible to easily retrieve visited web pages with a few keywords. By clicking on a thumbnail the user can view the web page online, as well as view, email, save or print a PDF of the page stored by the program. Browseback will be released in December and will cost US$29.95.