When you search, the Google Search Sidebar opens up to show results from your favorite places online. Choose from dozens of different search sources such as Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, and YouTube
When history recording is on, the pages you browse will be sent to WebMynd's servers for indexing so that we can offer the history search features. You will be prompted on install whether to activate this feature or not, so it is entirely optional. We only use the browsing history to provide you with better search and will never share it with others without your consent.
The current list of sources, which you can choose and combine when you search, is:
Gmail, Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Amazon, New York Times, Forbes, Economist
Time Magazine, CNN, LA Times, UK Telegraph, LinkedIn, TechCrunch, Hacker News, Life Photos, Digg, Reddit, Technorati, Google Scholar, Google Groups, Fluther, Delicious, Yahoo! Shopping, Scribd, DocStoc, Backtype, OneRiot, SnappyFingers, RecipePuppy, Last.fm, Huffington Post, eBay, Dawdle, Bing, Twingly, VideoSurf, Wall Street Journal, Globe and Mail
All features are configurable. You can find out more about how WebMynd works at http://www.webmynd.com
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Here are some key features of "Google Search Sidebar":
· Search sidebar shows search results from the online sources that you most value when you search on Google, Yahoo, Bing, Google News and YouTube. This can include your private sources such as web history, Facebook and Gmail search results
· Share what you find with friends as you browse using Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Reddit, Hacker News, Delicious, LinkedIn, Posterous, StumbleUpon, Livejournal, Tumblr and FriendFeed. Share by email.
· (Optionally) remember your browsing history so you can full-text search it and embed results from it on the right-hand side of search engines. Fully opt-in, easy on and off, set sites to be privaye and delete previously remembered sites. Delete All with one click.
· Fully configurable with comprehensive settings menu
· Mozilla Firefox
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· 10x improvement in performance: sidebar loads in less than 50ms
· Simpler interface with fewer features: removed the Dock for sharing and experimental interfaces
· New sources like StackOverflow, Truveo, Google History, Diigo