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Why connect your browser to Curiosity?

Connecting your browser to Curiosity lets you:
Easily search your bookmarks and browsing history
Instantly find and open websites from the command bar
Search bookmarks across several browsers

Which browsers does Curiosity support?

Curiosity currently supports the following browsers:

How to connect your browser

To connect your browser to Curiosity:
In the left bar of the app, hover over Apps and click + (Connect more apps)
In the list of apps, find your browser and click Connect

Your browser will appear as an App. Your bookmarks and browser history will appear as results in Curiosity.


You can filter your results for URLs using the filter keyword Links
For browsing history, Curiosity searches the URL only, not the content of the websites. If you'd like to search the website contents in your browsing history, please vote for the feature on our roadmap
Curiosity only indexes browser information that's synced to your local machine with profiles available to you, not on other devices
If you have more than one profile in a browser, Curiosity will import your links and bookmarks for each of them (please let us know if you have difficulty with this)

💡 You will only see as available to connect under Apps those browsers that you have installed on your computer.

🔐 Your browser history and bookmarks always stay on your computer. We never see, copy or store your data. Learn more about data security and privacy on our website.

Updated on: 26/10/2023

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