Please, be warned: the usage of this extension is being tracked by Google Analytics. It also tracks which search engines are the most used by users, so I can then be able to add them to the featured Search Engines list. The extension does not track the identity of its user, nor what terms they’re looking for. Only the search URL syntax is being recorded. This information won’t be shared with third parties.
It’s simple: select some text, right click, and search on your preferred search engines.
Configuring your search engines is very easy!
These are some of the featured search engines (you can add any other you might like):
Amazon, BBC, Bing, btjunkie, Chrome Extensions, CNN, CodePlex, DeviantArt, DMOZ, Facebook, Gmail, Google Docs, Google Images, Google Translate En/Es, Google Translate En/It, Google Translate En/Pt GrooveShark, IMDB, jQuery plugins, Last.fm, OpenSubtitles, Pandora, Rotten Tomatoes, stackoverflow, Tokyo Tosho, TPB, Twitter, Urban Dictionary, Wikipedia, Wikipedia ES, Word Reference En/Es, Word Reference En/It, Youtube.
I’ts my first public extension. I hope you like it.