St. Clair Software ( has updated
HistoryHound, the utility for indexing and searching web pages that
you’ve bookmarked or visited recently, to version 1.9.6. The upgrade
adds the capability to search web archives that you’ve saved from
Safari, OmniWeb or Shiira.

When you configure HistoryHound to index folders and files on your
hard disk, Web archives are automatically scanned and added to the
search index along with html, PDF, and text files. Version 1.9.6 also
corrects a problem that could cause HistoryHound to crash when
indexing some web pages.

Type in a few words that appear anywhere on the page and HistoryHound
will give you a list of matches, ranked by relevance. Powered by Mac
OS X’s SearchKit search technology, HistoryHound lets you do a text
search on the entire content of all web sites you’ve visited
recently, plus all the pages you’ve bookmarked. It also includes a
built-in browser based on WebKit, the same engine that’s inside

HistoryHound requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later. It costs US$19.95. The
1.9.6 update is free for registered users, and is localized for
English, Japanese, French, and Danish-speaking Mac OS X users.