SearchBar lets you search for items using various ways in Chrome on your computer.
FSearch makes searching for files faster and more efficient on your Linux machine.
DocFetcher lets you search inside the contents of files on your computer.
Search Funnel allows you to type in your query and lets you view results from a number of search engines.
WizFile is a utility that lets you quickly find the file you are looking for on your computer.
Search Scout helps you search multiple platforms from a single tab on your computer.
TinEye Reverse Image Search helps you find where an image has come from by performing a reverse image search.
Multi-Search Tool allows you to search on three different search engines at once.
Shotty allows you to easily access the recent screenshots from the menu bar on your Mac.
SwiftSearch helps you to quickly find the files you want on your Windows based PC.
Sortly is an inventory app in which you add your inventory and then it helps you find where your items are when you need them.
CSearcher is a non-indexing tool search tool that lets you search for files using various features on your Windows PC.
WorldBrain’s Memex helps you find the websites you visited using the text or even a single word you remember from that website.
NooBox allows you to do reverse image searches with multiple search engines.
Mojibar is a menu bar based app that lets you search for emojis.
If you come across a term you wish to search or look up in the dictionary, the Inline Search & Lookup extension can help you do that without you having to leave your current webpage in your browser.
Have you always wanted to search for specific codes in the source codes of various projects? Searchcode lets you do that in over seven million projects right from your web browser.
If you have an image and you wish to see where it appears on the web, TinEye can help you find that information by letting you perform reverse image searches on its platform from your browser.