cottonTracks is an extension for Google Chrome that makes much more organized your browsing history in the browser. It separates everything into topics, bringing together on a panel with excellent visual appeal related pages each.
So whenever you want to review the sites you’ve visited, you’ll see various issues highlighted, with all of the sites linked to it. The separation is done automatically, ie you do not interfere with anything and just browse freely through the vast fields of the Internet for any type of content.
Then click on the “C” button on this Chrome extensions bar and see the magic happen. It is also possible to bookmark or delete any of the groups created by cottonTracks, thus keeping tidy is the way.
Smart Historical Manager
The cottonTracks makes use of algorithms that can automatically identify and select the pages according to their content. Then he summarizes everything, ie, creates a kind of index by which it will be extremely simple to navigate through the pages you have accessed previously.
Videos, pictures, maps and articles of interest are selected and separated according to a “comb” the past in their affairs. And most important of all is that information, according to the developers, remain on your computer, without sending anything to the web or need to account and login.
Under its control
The cottonTracks intends to organize all this yourself and do, in fact, but that does not mean you can not interfere. In any of the topics organized by it, you can remove any page or add a new URL in the history list. To make everything easier, the application provides a system of own search.
cottonTracks is a simple application to use and very interesting. It gives a completely new to the browsing history from the standpoint of GUI and usability bias. Here, all content is separated intelligently and more accessible and intuitive than is normally in a browser.
One of the highlights here is precisely the fact that does not need any configuration, it just download and start using. The ease with which one accesses, edit and delete the selected content by cottonTracks is another plus point, one more than enough agility ensures the use of the extension.
Another point in favor of cottonTracks when the theme is discretion. The presence of the complement button goes almost unnoticed, something really valuable to an application that you want to organize something in the browser. This is the “icing on the cake” of this great tool, which presents no significant downside.