Cool Way To Search Images From Your Desktop [Adobe Air App]
By on July 30th, 2008

Adobe Air applications have been known to be eye candy, many such applications have become a part of our day to day life (we will shortly reveal all the adobe air apps we use). Our eyes certainly lit up on seeing the latest Adobe Air application called Thumb Fall.

Thumb Fall is a Adobe Air based image search application, that will allow you to search images using Google image search, Yahoo image search, Friendfeed, FFFound and more.

Thumb Fall is not just any image search application, it has a great feature where it drops the images desktop making it much more exciting to search images with. You can also drag the click on the images and move it the way you want. Take a look at the screencast below to see how thumb fall displays images to users.

The search results take a bit of time to load and you have to be patient till it starts, once the search results have been downloaded it will start displaying the .

Searching images with thumb nail is fun, though it lacks the ability to actually save the images and does not have documentation to get to learn more about it. Also once the search has started it is pretty hard to stop it, and it will keep on displaying the images continuously. You can stop the search by exiting the application using the icon in the system tray.

Thumb Fall [via RefreshingApps]

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