Meet KwiClick, an informational clover that brings in instant information on an existing page. This ‘to-be-used-on-Firefox-only’ add-on brings in information from popular sites like Flickr, Amazon, Google, Twitter and YouTube, among others.
Some clover love for the fox!
The maneuvering is simple: Highlight a text on any webpage, and a clover-shaped icon appears on screen. By default, the four sites visible on the clover include Google, Wikipedia, YouTube, and Google Maps. These can be customized as per one’s preferences. A click on the services on the clover opens a small pop-up screen within the existing page. The pop-up page allows users to view the photos, watch videos and scroll for details without leaving the page that drew their interest in the first place.
In addition to the customizable clover icons, a set of customizable icons, too are made available at the bottom of the screen which functions in the same way as the clover. However, like we mentioned before, KwiClick works solely on Firefox, which may seem a handicap to some.
Publish date: April 25, 2011 12:37 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:40 pm