1 ratings (5.000 average)
What's new in this version (1.96):
1.5 Adds WolframAlpha and Ducky(from DuckDuckGo)
1.6 Adds Rotten Tomatoes and Android Market
1.7 URL launcher now can open speech input urls, focus fix
1.8 Long press on the Amazon button brings up a UPC scanner to search for an item using its UPC code. (Free "Barcode Scanner" app required)
1.9 Long press on buttons for Google Shopping, Bing Shopping, Pricegrabber, and Nextag brings up scanner to search on those sites. Go
Search and shop the web fast with Search Buttons. Just type, speak, or scan your search. Type your search term(s) in the upper text box and press the button of the website your want to search. Voila! The browser opens and the results will be there. It's that easy. Search Buttons clears the text box and puts the focus right back to the text box so you can search with ease all day long. Search by voice by pressing the button of the website you want to search when there is no text in the upper text box. Most popular website are there for the searching. Also we've included a URL launcher to easily type your website addresses and open them. Just type, speak or paste the website you want to go to, hit the URL Launcher button and the browser will open that address. It's that easy. Scan a UPC by long pressing on Amazon, Google Shopping, Bing Shopping, Pricegrabber, and Nextag (Free "Barcode Scanner" app required). See the screenshot and the list below for all the websites included:
Google I'm Feeling Lucky
Bloomberg Stock Quotes
MarketWatch Stock Quotes
Wall Street Journal
New York Times
Scan the QR Code from the screen shots with your phone to get the app from the Android Market.
Version 1.3 adds:
If your Android device has Speech Input, when you press one of the search buttons when there is no text in the text box, the speech input prompt will appear and you can speak your search there for the respective button that you pressed.
ex. If there is no text in the top text box and you press the Wikipedia button, the speech prompt appears and you say your search terms and then your browser will automatically open to the results in Wikipedia for that which you spoke.
1.9 adds the ability to scan a UPC by long pressing on Amazon, Google Shopping, Bing Shopping, Pricegrabber, and Nextag. Just long press on one of those buttons and the scanner will appear. Results for the button pressed will appear in your browser. (Free "Barcode Scanner" app required)