New York, NY, December 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- KwiClick (www.KwiClick.com), the developer of the popular application that enhances the way people search on Google, Bing and Twitter, introduces the Search Clovers; an innovative method for searching and retrieving results from popular web services.
“There are a number of ways to perform a search on the web. Users typically type their query into a browser search box, or highlight text on a page, copy, and then paste into their favorite search engine. The Search Clovers cut down on the steps required to trigger a web search, which ultimately save people time” said Vin Turk, co-founder of KwiClick.
As browser competition from Google, Mozilla, and Microsoft heat up, creative browser addons like KwiClick help to extend the web surfing experience by building new capabilities directly into the web browser. Over the last year, KwiClick has helped tens of thousands of users complete tasks more efficiently by introducing small tools that minimize the number of steps required for certain tasks such as sharing videos on social networks.
KwiClick integrates with over a dozen popular web services including Google, Bing, Yahoo! Twitter, Amazon, YouTube, Flickr, Wikipedia, and many more. While a user highlights text on a webpage, the Search Clovers appear as icons above the highlighted text, giving users immediate access to a plethora of search engines and services. Search results are then displayed within the intelligent KwiClick panel, letting users stay focused on the task at hand. Watch a video demonstration of the Search Clovers.
Formed in 2008, KwiClick enhances the way people interact with content from their favorite services. It delivers search results from popular services into any page on the Web, so there is no need to open new tabs or go back and forth between pages. Users of KwiClick can instantly tap into a wealth of tools to interact with web videos, enabling them to share content with their friends in an efficient manner.
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