Automatic Browser is an extension for Google Chrome that learns how you browse — then sit back, relax, and it will do the work for you, automatically visiting the sites you were probably going to look at anyway. It might even offer some improvements. Predictive browsing: Why have to tell your browser what you want to do? We are creatures of habit, and those habits can be modeled by algorithms. That means it's easier to be online. Personal browsing: Each of us is unique. That's why Automatic Browser creates a statistical model from your past behavior, logging what sites you have visited and for how long. When you visit a site, it decides where and when you're likely to go next, and it browses there for you. Surprising? Yes, but we often surprise ourselves. Private browsing: Automatic Browser does not transmit URLs to the server — only cryptographic tokens. No administrators can look at your data, and there is nothing for hackers to intercept. Which means your browsing history stays safe. "...we are unfashioned creatures, but half made up, if one wiser, better, dearer than ourselves — such a friend ought to be — do not lend his aid to perfectionate our weak and faulty natures."