The Google Search History Link Makes Life Awesome

As if Google didn't need to know any more information about me based on my search queries and the links I click, I pretty give them free reign when it comes to recording the sites I visit. Yes, I'm an pretty avid Google history fan, and their latest enhancement to the Google Mobile page gives me quick access to the things I've looked at on the desktop from an iPhone. With a Google history link now available to those logged into their Google accounts, you'll be able to get a quick reminder of the sites you visited and starred items with a nifty list view.

You'll have to visit Google's Mobile Blog for more information, but keep an eye out for the new feature if you're always connected to the Googleplex.

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