When I was doing research on Searchlet, I found myself opening up tab after tab to be sure I had anything and everything I needed at my fingertips. Now, if only I had something to help me organize all these tabs… Oh wait, I do! Searchlet!
Searchlet minimizes the need for multiple open tabs, which in turn, helps to keep users for organized and less frenzied when they look at the top of their Internet screen and see 10+ teeny tabs.
What is Searchlet?
Searchlet is a bookmarklet that makes it so easy to search Google, Wikipedia, a dictionary and more from the tab you’re in.
How does Searchlet work?
To get the bookmark, simply click here and follow the instructions to drag Searchlet to your Bookmarks Bar or save it in Favorites. Once you have the bookmark, the rest is a breeze. All you do is click the Searchlet button and you are able to search any page just like that!
When reading a page, highlight text you are interested in learning more about or would like to go and and click Searchlet. After that, you can highlight any text and Searchlet will instantly search for you.
With Searchlet, multiple page syndrome will never be an issue again, and you will have a much easier time navigating the Web, searching for different topics, and keeping your computer screen clean and orderly.
*If you’d like to try Searchlet and see if it works for you, you can check it out here.