Version: 3.2 || Release Date: 2008-08-13 || License: Freeware Developer: David Watanabe | App Owner: marcus

Search-as-you-type tool.

Inquisitor lets you search the web effortlessly. Search results stream in as you type, letting you easily and instantly refine your search. You might even find the answer before you think you've asked the question.

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41 Opinions

i used to use it.. (i actually paid for it before it went free)
but it slowed down my Safari bit too much.. my poor iBook couldn't handle it.
now i just use keyword search with Saft.

Definitely one of the best pieces of Mac software around.
I use it all day long in Safari at home and work.
It feels clunky when i occasionally use Camino and it doesnt have that facility.


I believe it uses Safari's preference file.

A really nice plugin that makes Safari's search field very usefull. I love the eye candy!

Also the new price is great.

My only issue with it is that I can't seem to find where it stores its preferences. I uninstalled it a month ago (with spotlight) but when I reinstalled it a while ago it still had all my preferences left.

This makes using the search function in Safari that much better. Omniweb is my primary browser. But If it was Safari I wouldnt run Safari without this.

Actually, I take it back, the new look is superb.

As Mr Vader once said:

"Impressive ...... most impressive"

I don't know about anyone else, but I really preferred the previous look, even if it was a mirror of spotlight.

Simply stunning utility.
Couldn't live without it.

When this went freeware I switched back to Safari from Flock.

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