With SpaceTime Browser, Google interface look like it was Designed by Apple
“I think I’ve found a product that makes the Google interface look like it was designed by Apple.” – Rob Enderle , Enderle Group.
When you visit your favorite search engine and type in your search term, you will find many links displayed in one page. In order to open the first search item, you will click on the link and open it in a new tab of your browser; you do the same for the second link displayed in the same page.
When you don’t get what you searched for in the first page, you will just click on the next page and again open each and every topic in new tabs. Finally you may find yourself spending all afternoon clicking on each and every page.
Not anymore. With SpaceTime’s 3D Web Search, you choose your search engine from the drop down menu, type in your search term and enjoy the experience as the search results are individually displayed in a stunning 3D space where you can view all of your web pages at the same time. With this new browser you can save time, eliminate clicks and find the web pages you are looking for at a fraction of the time.
Just type your search term, for example ‘Flickr new feature’ and press enter. Immediately the search page will be displayed and the contents within the page will be opened in different 3D tabs. Right click on the empty space near to web page, go to options and click on Highlight search . The search term ‘ Flickr photos to add new feature ‘ will be highlighted and zoomed in , as shown in the picture below.
You can even use another search engine at the same time by clicking the search options at the upper right side of the browser. The search page will be displayed in another 3D tab
3D Image Search
Finding a needle in a hay stack is nearly impossible. But finding a picture in SpaceTime’s visual stacks is easy. Now you can search Yahoo! Images and Google Images and take advantage of your computer’s high powered graphics and fast broadband connection as SpaceTime displays thousands of images at once. Enter your search term and SpaceTime displays your search results in their own visual stack. Enter another search and Space Time displays your second search results next to your first. Sounds like information converging? Have a look below.
To have a closer look of the image, click on the Navigator tool at the right top. And then click on ‘zoom in’ and ‘zoom out’ button.
At the same time, you can take screenshot of your favorite image by clicking on the ‘Screenshot button’ close to ‘Navigator tool’ at the right top of your browser. And save the image in your desktop.
Follow the link below and download the Spacetime browser now.
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