Access Your Web History Anywhere You Are With Archify [Web Spy]

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I hate it when I’m trying to show someone something I came across online a few days ago, but I don’t have my computer with me and can’t remember the website. Or just as bad, when I am on my computer but didn’t think to pin, bookmark, email or save the site. If trying to guess the site’s name or searching the web doesn’t turn up what I’m looking for, I feel totally helpless. But there’s nothing I can do about it.

Until now, that is. Now there’s Archify, a browser plugin that keeps a record of all the web content you’ve viewed and makes it searchable.

After you sign up for your (free!) account, Archify will ask you to install the plugin for your browser and connect to your social media networks. It’ll then start pulling your history, bookmarks and social media streams, and soon (it might take a few hours) you’ll be able to start searching for that awesome cupcake recipe or hilarious tweet you thought was lost forever.

Once you sign up and start pulling content into Archify, you can access the content anywhere simply by logging into your account – making it easier than ever to find it and play it.

In addition to saving your content, Archify also saves a screenshot of each page you visit the way it looked when you viewed it, making it easier for you to find exactly what you’re looking for. Archify also organizes your content in such a way that it makes it interesting to view your online activity trends and other statistics.

There is one exception, however – Archify doesn’t save anything viewed on a secure site or when your browser is in “private” or “incognito” mode, so there’s nothing to worry about in terms of privacy.

Archify is so easy to use (seriously, all that’s required of you is logging into the accounts for the first time, and then the actual searches), I’ll never cry over misplaced web content again!

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