Iterasi, the browser-based service that allows you to save any Web page—in its current state—forever, unveiled a new release of its service, last night. [Full disclosure: Iterasi is a client of mine.]
It’s hard to say what the most anticipated part of the release is, but it’s between native Mac support—Mac support is provided for Firefox 2 and 3—and a new scheduling tool that allows for recurring captures of the same page over time.
What makes iterasi different than other bookmarking tools? Sarah Perez of ReadWriteWeb puts it this way:
What makes Iterasi unique is that, unlike other bookmarking tools that just save a link, Iterasi captures a web page at a particular moment in time. This makes Iterasi ideal for saving pages that change over time or pages that disappear after you navigate away.
And iterasi isn’t stopping there, according to the iterasi blog:
We hope you like the features we’ve added in this release. The Mac version is way overdue and I apologize for the delay. The Scheduler offers individuals the ability to monitor and archive the Web in ways they’ve never been able to before. It also offers a platform for further features that we will release over the next few months.
Iterasi is now available in public beta. To try iterasi for yourself, register and download the browser plugin.