Search WikiPedia Articles Along With Google Search - GooglePedia


If you are an information gathering geek, and if you search specifically for WikiPedia's never ending knowledge articles, GooglePedia Extension for Firefox is the best option for you. This free add-on brings you Wikipedia articles most closely matching to your search terms in the splitted screen along with the usual Google Search Results, side by side. It gives you the comfort of expanding, shrinking the splitted screen. You can even hide the article screen if you only want to search Google.

In addition to that, clicking links in the Wikipedia articles trigger new Google searches, making it a very useful research tool. It works smoothly with Firefox 1.5-3.0. Below is a screen shot that will give you broader idea on how it looks.

Some of the Keyfeatures are listed below:
  • Turns internal Wikipedia links into Google search links
  • Uses Google's I'm Feeling Lucky(tm) feature to find relevant articles
  • Links images directly to their full-sized versions
  • Removes Google AdWords
  • Can be expanded to take the full width of the page
  • Uses your local language Wikipedia based on the Google language
  • Hide button to disable Googlepedia
  • NEW Firefox 3 support
  • NEW Interface translated into 7 languages - Chinese, German, Japanese, Polish, Czech, Dutch and Portuguese.

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