Just installed WebMynd Firefox extension today, based on the post about it on digital inspiration. I like what it does, when I search now I get some additional search results from other services right there next to the main results – like this:
And yes I used a little vanity search as an example, you gotta use something right :). You can easily add other services you want to have in that right column, from the list of services available on top of it. Since you always get the additional WebMynd powered results when you do a search, you don’t have to go to another URL or anything, just using type the query in your browser’s search box and this is what you get. Very nice. Worth giving a try, as is Live Search by the way ;)
Update: There is an IE plugin for WebMynd as well, just open the browser of choice and you’ll get the right download option.
So…. it’s a firefox plugin? No IE?
Unfortunately not Jer00n.
Does anyone know why most of the best add-ons/plugins/extensions go on Firefox, rather than IE, Opera, and Safari?
Is it a technical aspect of a browser, or is just choosing favorites?
Thanks for the post. I am a co founder at WebMynd and just wanted to let everyone know that there is an IE version available at . I hope some of the folks here try it out.
If you browse to the site in Internet Explorer you will see the install button to install that addon
Thanks Patrick! When I read about the FF plugin on Digital Inspiration, I opened up WebMynd in FF and only noticed the FF dowload, not realizing that if I would have opened it in IE it would be an IE dowload button.
Installed the IE plugin and works like a charm :) Updated the post above as well.