MenuSearch is a small Menu Bar app that helps you find any term on the Internet using its efficient search function. By working with this program, you can avoid being required to open the default browser each time you need to search for a term on the Internet; as you can type the information you are looking for in the app's search bar and the application will offer you quick access to the results you need.
This simple utility sits quietly on your Menu Bar. You can easily access its search feature whenever it's necessary by simply clicking the app's icon. You can choose from various Internet search engines (Google, Wikipedia, Bing, etc.), save the browsing history if necessary, and configure the app to always display the search field in the Menu Bar.
Using MenuSearch is very easy; just enter the term you require to find information about and select the Internet search engine. The application immediately launches the default browser where you can find the details you require.
To me, it would've been great if the application had an option to customize the Internet search engine list according to my needs. For instance, I'm using only two search engine: Google and Wikipedia; removing the rest of the offered search engine options could make this app's menu look more compact.
Briefly, MenuSearch is a helpful Menu Bar tool as it provides you with a simple way to find Internet information. This application is free to use, offers you the details you need immediately, and doesn't come with a price tag.
- Communicates well with various browser tools
- Searches for terms on various Internet search engines
- Unable to add or remove Internet search engines from main menu