San Francisco, CA — March 21, 2007 — SmileOnMyMac has released
BrowseBack 1.3.1, an update to its web history visualization tool for
Mac OS X. The update features better interaction with system sleep
and logout, and reduced resource use while loading web pages.

BrowseBack stores a PDF of every web page visited and makes the pages
accessible through a unique interface that allows the user to browse
thumbnails of those pages. This visual web history can also be
searched by keyword and date, making it possible to easily retrieve
visited web pages.

A fully-functioning demo of BrowseBack can be downloaded at:

BrowseBack 1.3.1 requires Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or later. Single user
licenses cost US $29.95. The update is free for registered users of
BrowseBack. Volume discounts and site licenses are available.

What’s new in BrowseBack 1.3.1:

– System sleep and logout interaction has been improved
– Uses fewer resources while loading web pages
– Improves automatic pruning of old BrowseBack files

BrowseBack features:
– Surf thumbnails of your browser history
– Search your history with keywords
– Export web pages as PDFs to save or to share via email
– Quickly retrieve what you found weeks ago
– Export pages to PDF and E-mail for sharing with others
– Cool intuitive visual interface
– Fun sound effects
– Supports major Mac web browsers (Safari, Firefox, Camino, Internet
Explorer, and others.)
– Available in English, Japanese, German, French & Italian

– BrowseBack 1.3.1 requires Mac OS X 10.4 and above

For more information on BrowseBack, please visit:

SmileOnMyMac makes creative productivity software, such as
DiscLabel,the Macworld Eddy award-winning CD label design program;
PageSender,feature-rich fax software that also received an Eddy;
BrowseBack, the visual web history tool that won Best of Show at
Macworld 2006; and PDFpen, the PDF editing tool that garnered 4 mice
from Macworld. All SmileOnMyMac products are available to download
free at