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Have you ever wanted to access your browser’s web history remotely? This might have happened when you were using somebody else’s computer and wanted to check out a website you visited from your own computer earlier. While remotely accessing your browser’s history might not be very straightforward, a solution to the problem is provided by a website called Archify.

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Archify is a free to use web service that archives your Internet activity. The service is absolutely free to use and can be linked with your Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts. Archify offers add-ons for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari web browsers; at the moment, these are the only supported web browsers.

After installing the extension, your browsing history is stored online in your Archify account. You can optionally store this history in your Gmail account through the app’s Settings page. You can also specify which websites you would like not to be archived by the service. Your browsing history is categorized into digest, web, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and real time. The categorization makes finding the pages you are looking for much easier.


  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Archives your browsing history.
  • Works through an add-on in your browser.
  • Supports Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
  • Similar tool: History Map Free,

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  1. macwitty
    April 5, 2013 at 9:20 am

    Why not - a always look in the history on the wrong computer when searching for something I know I have seen earlier