Then, you’re a prime candidate for a Firefox plug-in called KwiClick. KwiClick helps you find and share information on the web. Once installed, you can access KwiClick by right-clicking a term on a web page or by launching the application from your Firefox toolbar. Either way, feed KwiClick a search term, and it will pull results from various services, including:
- Google Search
- Yahoo Search
- Windows Live
- Google Maps
You can preview results (web pages, comments, images, and video) directly in KwiClick. Choose to favorite a result, email it to a friend, or publish to your social network of choice (Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and more). There’s also a nifty pin feature which holds the KwiClick application open as you toggle browser windows. It’s a nice option to have if you want to segment search activities to the KwiClick window and continue working in your Firefox browser.
In one way or another, we all rely on web search, whether it’s as simple as finding the answer to a question or finding the perfect image for a website. Here’s a product that helps you search faster and diversifies search results. It’s free, and if you’re a Firefox user, it will only improve your online experience. Give KwiClick a whirl and let us know what you think.