Search websites instantly with the Curiosity command bar
You know how you often need to quickly search something on the internet? And every single time you have to pull up a browser and type a search query or a web address? Not any more!
With Curiosity you can now search popular web sources by hitting
As of writing, we support the following web sources (in addition to local files, mail and cloud apps):
🔍 Internet search: Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, Yahoo!
🌎 Maps: Google Maps, Bing Maps, Here Maps
👥 Social media: LinkedIn, YouTube
🎓 Academic sources: Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic, Semantic Scholar, PubMed, arXiv
📚 Reference: Wikipedia, Stack Overflow, Wolfram Alpha
😃 Other: XCKD comics
We’re also constantly adding new sources. If you’re missing one, just let us know!
How to search web sources with Curiosity
Setting up a web search is simple: Go to
Apps & Files and click on the website you want to search. Done! 🎉
To search the website from the Curiosity command bar:
Alt + Spaceto open the search bar (Mac:
Option + Space)
Start typing the name of the app (e.g. Wikipedia) and hit
Tabto select it
Type your search and hit