How often do you search for something in Google and when you click on a result you can't find the terms? Boolster remembers your search terms and highlights them on the results page. And it uses a different color for each search term.
Does it happen to you that you know you have seen something but cannot
find it again? Or you open a page from the Google result page that you
visited before but doesn't contain useful information? With Boolster you
can mark sites as good or bad.
Rate sites on the Google page:
Or rate them on the results page:
Whenever those sites appear again on a Google page (also when searching with other terms) you will see them marked like this:
While Google searches your search terms on pages in the web Boolster
in parallel searches in the content of your liked sites.
Under the tab
Search results appear those of your liked sites
that contain at least one of your search terms.
By clicking the search trems next to the you can execute this search in Google.
At the bottom of each entry you can add a , see when you marked this result, and by clicking the remove the bookmark.
Thumbed-up tab you find all your liked sites including
those that don't match your search.
Watch this video to see how Boolster can make your searching life easier:
Boolster is free and comes without ads so you can focus on your work while searching. It is currently available for the Google Chrome Browser.
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