History search for macOS

Never lose important documents, web pages, or any digital content again

cyte v2-01

Find documents and content using any contained keywords

Single search box

Replace all your application search interfaces with a single search box.

Synonym search

Identify more relevent content by accounting for spelling errors, synonyms and alternate dialects

Search across audio, screen, keyboard and mouse history

Automatically applies OCR, object recognition, speech to text and gesture recognition to make any type of digital interaction searchable.

Record and review where and how you spend time

Activity episodes with associated keywords

Browse your timeline of activity to retroactively prepare timesheets and worklogs.

Identify where you spend most of your time and review recordings to identify potential process improvements or automation potential.

Find new and interesting content simmilar to other content you’ve viewed before

Develop your own queries, plugins and models

Cypher graph database querying

Use Cypher query language and explore results in tabular or graph visualizations.

Plugins

Develop plugins which are triggered when certain keyword patterns are detected

Train machine learning models

Easily export datasets and annotations to train and apply your own custom models

Search, understand and simplify your workflows

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Searchable personalised knowledge base 

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Self Hosted – Own and control your own data

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Privacy controls – enable and disable at will (incognito mode)

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Trending Terms

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Continually track your progress with our in-built experience calculator

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Robotic Process Automation with plugins

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No internet required

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Silent, unobstructive operation

Download Cyte Beta

Operating System: 64 bit Mac OSX 10.14+  | Minimum Memory: 8 GB RAM   | Minimum Free HDD Space: 8 GB

Minimum CPU Spec: 1.9 GHz Quad Core  | Version: 0.6.0 (Release notes)  | Download Size: 520 MB

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