Firefox 3 has a nice little Address Bar which many like to call AwesomeBar, it can be used to show you results as you type from your history and bookmarks.
CyberSearch takes the awesome bar to another level by allowing you to search Google, Wikipedia and several other sources which you can add yourself by using smart keywords from within the Firefox Address Bar.
For example if you want to search Google for a particular term, you can search by using gweb your keywords, you can also use gblog your keywordsto search using Google Blog search. There are several other searches you can perform with ease using predefined keywords, the search experience can be customized by creating you own keywords.
CyberSearch is based on AwesomeSearch (now Searchery) a Firefox extension that allowed you to search from the Firefox Address Bar. The CyberSearch extension definitely is a must have for users since it will make your life easier when it comes to search for data. The fact that it allows you to create a mashup of search results from websites by clubbing it with a signal keyword is a added advantage.
- Supports Multiple Google Services
- Customizable Keywords
- Restrict Searches to a Site
- Custom Icons
- Change the Appearance
- Retrieve Multiple Pages of Results
- Hide Results when Using a Keyword
- Doesn’t Interfere with Existing Firefox Keywords
Watch a video of CyberSearch in action below.