Saturday, May 1, 2010

Add LeapFish to Google Chrome

This post is part of a blog series on "Why I like LeapFish". It is also an entry into the LeapFish $100,000 Cash Dash contest, which you can signup for here.

LeapFish is a multimedia search engine with web results powered by Google, Bing and Yahoo, all in one. Instead of doing separate searches on,,, YouTube and other sites, you can do it all from one place using LeapFish.

My preferred browser of choice is Google Chrome, so I was disappointed that the "add to browser" link option wasn't available when viewing the LeapFish website with the Chrome browser. However, even though it's not as simple as clicking a link, you can still add LeapFish search to Google Chrome.

In the embedded video below, you can view a screencast tutorial on how to add LeapFish as a search provider and the default search engine in the Google Chrome browser.

As you can see from the video above, you can add LeapFish to Google Chrome using the Google Chrome Options -> Manage button in the default search setting and then adding the URL I used the name "LeapFish" and the keyword "LeapFish" in my Google Chrome search entry.

I've also done video screencast tutorials on how to add leapfish to Internet Explorer as well as Firefox. So whatever your browser of choice is, you should be able to add LeapFish as a search provider one way or another.

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