I think I’ve said it before but I’m not a big fan of web services and add-ons that promise text, audio, or video content related to the page I am currently viewing. At the same time I’ve always wanted a PIP (picture in picture) kind of extension so I can keep an eye on a (long) video while I keep browsing around.
Thanks to KwiClick, a Firefox extension (compatible with versions up to 3.5 Beta 4) developed by KwiClick, I can now. Select some text, right click and select KwiClickÂ Search. A floating window will rise with Google search results in a tab, but you can quickly see search results in YouTube, Wikipedia ,Twitter, Facebook and a few others in just a click, all within the floating window, without breaking your browsing flow.
And since you can even play a YouTube video (and rip it) and pin the window so it remains visible at all times, I am now watching an old 1930 video of La Habana, Cuba, as I post this. A keeper for me.
You can get KwiClick from Mozilla Add-ons.