Launcher for the web.

iBar is like Spotlight but for the web. It finds web pages based on your local browsing history. It is super fast, completely private, and it works out of the box — no setup required.

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Visit recent pages.

Jump to any page from your browser history (usually goes 3 months back). Type just the beginning of words and even skip spaces — iBar can handle it.

Paste URLs without switching context.

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.

Search within specific websites.

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

Use it for free.

You can use iBar for free for as long as you like — it'll occasionally invite you to buy a license, but it would work without one. We don't like 30-day trials, and we don't want to charge people who don't use the app that much.

It is completely safe and private.

iBar reads from (but never writes to) the browsing history database that you browser keeps on your device. It doesn't use the internet except to check for updates and to activate your license.

Want to try it?

We have a beta version for macOS that we'd like to share with more people — request an invite to get on the waitlist.

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