Simple, useful search tool for OS X users which increases productivity — eliminating steps is sound ergonomics.
Valletta, Malta — July 28, 2007 — ClipaTools Ltd., developer of innovative software announces the launch of ClipaSearch Lite, a time saving search tool which performs a web search in only two steps from any application running on OS X. The user only needs to highlight text, then move the mouse cursor to a hotspot to perform either a Google or OS X Spotlight search.
"I research items in Word documents and Adobe Acrobat Reader files sent by Windows users all day long. ClipaSearch has quickly become my favorite research tool, enabling me to work more quickly and efficiently, with optimal ergonomics" reports C. Mifsud, archaeological researcher.
"As a software developer, I often research code and techniques in archived lists. With ClipaSearch I highlight code in my development editor and with one movement of the cursor I immediately have the information I need" explained Jim Sims, founder of ClipaTools. "This is the first stage in the development of this technology. We will have a professional version available very soon. Researchers of all kinds will be very pleased with this system."
ClipaSearch also includes features for searching forty-eight individual web services, including iTunes, Wikipedia, Apple Support, and others, along with a text input device. We include a button that searches slashdot.org
ClipaTools focuses on developing innovative software for Macintosh and WIndows platforms which feature ease of use and productivity.
Available immediately as a Universal Binary application and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later.
Download from: http://www.clipatools.com/
We include a slashdot.org graphic in the image player on the left of the application. We will display ten images (OWC, TidBITS, Clusty, and more) in a rotation every time a search is performed.
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