| You've been here before...
...you're trying to find an article or a site you visited but can only remember one unique word or a phrase. You go to search in your Safari history but it's been removed as Safari does with all websites in the history that are older than 14 days. What do you do?
Well, until very recently, you were out of luck. Once Safari would delete items in your history, they'd be lost forever. And that's exactly why we developed PocketMac® Safari Scrapbook. It's the first tool to auto-harvest your web history into a fully-searchable database that you can access days, weeks, months and years after the first visit.
PocketMac Safari Scrapbook™ continually archives the actual content behind the Safari web history nightly into a rapidly accessed database. So, let's say you read a story 3 weeks ago about giraffes, you could use the program to locate that article by simply typing giraffe in the search box. It's just that simple. Once your web page is found, you can auto-launch the page in Safari with a double-click.
PocketMac Safari Scrapbook
You can also search two ways through your search history. Search through the titles and locations of the websites you've visited or search the entire text of the sites.
What's more, you can block the sites you don't want to be logged such as the temporary pages Hotmail generates or undesirable file types such as .php or other file types you won't need to remember.
The other great thing is that the downloading of the content from PocketMac Safari Scrapbook is automatic. Every night, it will run and download the content from the day's history to the quick-search database the program is built on.
I know you'll love the freedom and ease that PocketMac Safari Scrapbook gives you. Now you'll never lose another web page, even if you only visited once and even if you didn't bookmark it!
The PocketMac® Team