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We first looked at Iterasi when it was launched at this year’s spring DEMO conference. At the time, we were favorably impressed with this tool for saving live snapshots of web pages in an online account, but we were a bit disappointed with the lack of […]

ScreenshotWe first looked at Iterasi when it was launched at this year’s spring DEMO conference. At the time, we were favorably impressed with this tool for saving live snapshots of web pages in an online account, but we were a bit disappointed with the lack of cross-platform support. Well, we can get over our disappointment: Iterasi now supports both the PC and the Mac (OS X 10.5+), as well as IE7 and Firefox 2 and 3 – opening up its use to many more web workers.

The other significant new feature in this release is a scheduler to do periodic captures of a web page to your account (assuming your computer is running). This gives you another way to track changes on sites that don’t provide RSS feeds. Still in beta, Iterasi remains free to download and use.

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By Mike Gunderloy

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