Mac game and utility developer Ambrosia Software Inc. has released
iSeek, a new search utility designed to work hand-in-hand with Web site search engines.
When it’s running, iSeek appears on your Mac OS X menu. The software installs a search field in the menu bar that you can use to activate the search engine of a multitude of different Web sites. iSeek can also arrange links to Web site search engines in hierarchical menus, so you can group them by category.
iSeek also saves recent searches that you’ve done, and features pre-installed links to popular sites including Google, Dictionary.com, Acronym Finder, Wikipedia, and dozens of news, technical, Macintosh-related, entertainment and shopping sites. Plus, you can create your own links to sites you use often.
You can download iSeek now. A registration costs US$15. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.1 or later. Visit the Web site for more details.