SmileOnMyMac delivered a finished version of Browseback, a tool to help users track their Web history and find content from previous browsing sessions.
Browseback, which debuted in
beta form last month, stores every web page visited as a PDF file, which users can either browse as thumbnails via a visual interface, or search with keywords for specific content. By clicking on a thumbnail in the Browseback interface, the user can launch the Web page online. Users can also view, e-mail, save, or print stored PDFs of Web pages.
“Everyone has faced the problem of finding a Web page they didn’t bookmark,” said Greg Scown, co-founder of SmileOnMyMac. “With Browseback, you can look through thumbnails or do a search to find almost any Web page you’ve visited. Your Web browsing history becomes a reliable resource for research and reference.”
Mac OS X 10.4 or later, and supports
most common Mac browsers, including Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. Single user licenses are $30. Volume discounts and site licenses are available.