Launcher for the web.

iBar is like Spotlight but for the web. It suggests web pages based on your local browsing history. It is fast, simple, and completely private.

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Pulp Fiction (1994) IMDb
imdb.com › title › tt0110912
21 min
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Pulp Fiction (1994) IMDb
imdb.com › title › tt0110912 › ratings ? ...
23 min
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Pulp Fiction (1994) - Rotten Tomatoes
rottentomatoes.com › m › pulp_fiction
50 min
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Final Purchases
notion.so › final-purchases-5a3768c26c5e411ca7663cc2a6395eba
5h
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Golang Conf - Filippo Valsorda: The CPU profiler is not your ally
youtube.com › watch ? ...
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PHP: file_put_contents - Manual
php.net › manual › en › function.file-put-contents.php
8d
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Configuration | PurgeCSS
purgecss.com › configuration. html # configuration-file
23d


Open from any app.

Press the global shortcut space to open iBar from any app. Prefer a different shortcut? Customize it from the menu bar icon.


Quickly add URLs to 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 iBar (using the global hotkey), find the page, and hit cmd-c to copy its URL.


Tab-to-search.

Similar to the omni bar in Chrome, you can select a website that has its own search and press tab to search there.


Complete privacy.

iBar reads from the local database that your browser keeps. It doesn't use the internet except to check for updates and to activate your license.


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