Xippee
Xippee
2.5

3.3

Xippee free download for Mac

Xippee

2.5
08 April 2008

Safari Plug-in to search all your fave search engines.

Overview

Xippee for Safari Plug-in allows you to search visually in all of your favorite search engines (Google, Yahoo, MSN, and countless others). Simply double-click on any word (or highlight any phrase), then plus and minus buttons will be displayed. You can press either button for the term to be added (or subtracted) to your current search and then it returns a new set of results based on your updated search. This extension really does save you vast amounts of time and is a great usability increase.

To see a 60 second video showing how this works please go here.

What's new in Xippee

Version 2.5: Fixed minor issues relating to specific older versions of Safari. A social bookmarking tab has been added as well.

9 Xippee Reviews

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Khiltd
26 April 2008

Most helpful

There is no "developer" to email; the entire product is just an amalgamation of random rent-a-coder jobs and the "lead architect" who posts them neither owns a Mac nor writes software. All this thing does is inject some JavaScript into every page you load through a back door in Safari that will be closed up one day, making it even more useless than it already is. Privoxy anyone? But that "Investor Relations" link sure does make him look like a real first class professional businessman, dunnit? Mmmm... Zits and baseball caps.
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Version 2.5
Coloradobadboy
14 July 2008
This is freaking brilliant, yet so simple to use! I wish someone had thought of this a long time ago. Although, I think they should add some more buttons for other boolean logic possibilities.
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Version 2.5
Khiltd
26 April 2008
There is no "developer" to email; the entire product is just an amalgamation of random rent-a-coder jobs and the "lead architect" who posts them neither owns a Mac nor writes software. All this thing does is inject some JavaScript into every page you load through a back door in Safari that will be closed up one day, making it even more useless than it already is. Privoxy anyone? But that "Investor Relations" link sure does make him look like a real first class professional businessman, dunnit? Mmmm... Zits and baseball caps.
Like (1)
Version 2.5
Wilkesjohn21
12 April 2008
This has got to be the coolest thing since sliced bread! I think just about everyone on the planet would like this one. Genius!
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Version 2.5
Anonymous
09 April 2008
Bugs bugs bugs! Don't bother with this, it's not even worth trying. I've tried to contact the developer to report bugs before, but they don't seem to care. Buttons on web pages don't work, high resolutions images don't work, not to mention the interface is ugly as sin.
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Version 2.5
1 answer(s)
robert
robert
11 April 2008
If it's not too much trouble, could you provide some actual evidence or at least some specifics about these "bugs" you're claiming here.
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Version 2.5
Johnnyrockit
15 November 2007
Same problem as 'ANONYMOUS ' pics load, then disappear.
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Version 2.1
Anonymous
09 November 2007
Great idea and it works but there is a bug which makes me uninstall it. The bug comes up when viewing high resolutions photos from clipart sites. If you try and view one of these photos in Safari its starts to preview it until it's done loading and then it just disappears. I thought maybe it downloaded it but no it just won't display the photo. I've tried to email the developer but they have not replied or fixed the problem. This has been a bug since it was first released. Please fix the bug and then I will use this software.
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Version 2.1
1 answer(s)
Rbunn83815
Rbunn83815
11 November 2007
Thanks for letting us know about this bug. We will try to have it fixed as soon as possible for you. Robert
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Version 2.1
Akrobat
08 November 2007
TOUCHÉ Fantastic idea... For Firefox. Pity it doesn't work on Safari!!! MacBook Intel Core Duo 2, 1GB RAM, Safari 3.04 and Leopard.
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Version 2.1
2 answer(s)
Rbunn83815
Rbunn83815
11 November 2007
We are currently trying to update Xippee to work with Leopard. We believe this should be finished within 2 weeks. Thank you for letting us know about this issue. Robert
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Version 2.1
Rbunn83815
Rbunn83815
13 November 2007
We have just posted a new version which seems to work great on Leopard. If you have Leopard and this new version has any problems please let me know. Thanks, Robert
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Version 2.1
Bad-Jobs-Good-Jobs
07 November 2007
really a good idea, but just doesn't work on my PB G4 1GHz with Tiger 10.4.10 and Safari 2.0.4...
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Version 2.1
1 answer(s)
Rbunn83815
Rbunn83815
11 November 2007
Not sure why it won't work on your system. Could you try to download another copy and install it again? It's possible that this may fix the issue. If not, please let me know so we can try to figure out what else could cause the problem here. Robert
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Version 2.1
Kofasetic
07 November 2007
Trying to mimic the example in the short tutorial movie but I get no +/- dialog menu.
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Version 2.1
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3.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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