SearchApp is a Mac OS X freeware application that allows users to easily search any search engine they need
without having to type the url into a browser. You merely type your search terms into the small window and
hit search. There is a
drop-down menu that lists the possible search engines, and an editor to add your own. It comes pre-configured for
Google, Yahoo, eBay, Webster, UPS, and FedEx, but you can add as many as you want for your intranet or whatever. Best of all, it's free.
Jaguar and Panther compatible.
Search site editor to add any search engine you want
Remembers last search engine used.
Useless transparent window preference.
Great compliment to LaunchBar.
A Macintosh running a minimum of Mac OS X v10.2 or higher. SearchApp will may function with older
versions of the OS, but it has not been tested.
1.2 - fixed edit window bug
1.2 - minor interface improvements
1.2 - added icon
1.1 - added clear search button
1.0 - Initial Release
Decompress the disk image with Stuffit Expander. Then mount the disk image. Finally, copy SearchApp to your
hard drive, preferably in your Applications folder.
Launch SearchApp by double clicking it.