FatBits Software has released a new app for Mac users, Herodotus 1.0. Herodotus is a utility designed for searching history logs within a users Web browser. The app features support for various browsers including Safari and Mozilla. According to FatBits Software:
FatBits Software Releases Herodotus 1.0, A Web Browser History Search Application
Herodotus is a Web browser history search application for Mac OS X. It allows you to search the history file of many popular Mac Web browsers. Supported browsers include: Safari, Internet Explorer, OmniWeb, Netscape / Mozilla, Camino, and Opera.
Herodotus makes easy the chore of finding a Web page in your browseris history days or weeks after you originally viewed the page. Search results can be opened in your default browser or saved as an Internet Location File. Herodotus is offered free of charge. However, if you find the application useful the developer asks for a contribution in an amount you feel comfortable with.
You can find more information about the Herodotus release at the FatBits Software Web site. Herodotus is available as freeware.