Browser history at your fingertips.
Historie is a super-fast way to search your browser history. It also works as a fast and globally available alternative to the address bar in your browser. You can use it for free, but if you use it a lot, please consider purchasing a $9 license.
Activate from anywhere.
Use the global hotkey, ⌃ ⌘ l to search your browser history from any context — no need to switch to your browser first.
Better results in fewer keystrokes.
Historie uses a cutting-edge search algorithm (that we originally wrote for our writing app, Nota) that finds better results in fewer keystrokes:
- doesn't require spaces between words —
- doesn't require whole words —
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- doesn't require word to be in order —
fipuwould also match
Quickly insert URLs in text.
When you write text (an article, an email, etc.) and you want to insert a URL of a page you have visited, you can activate Historie (using the global hotkey), find the page, and hit cmd-c to copy its URL.
Private and respectful.
Historie is entirely self-contained. It doesn't create files on your device and it doesn't send requests to external servers except to check for updates and when you activate a license. The history items that Historie shows come from the database that your browser keeps. Historie doesn't keep a separate database.
Want to try it?
We have a beta version for macOS that we'd like to share with more people — request an invite to get on the waitlist.