At Mozilla as well as at Google, there is a laboratory of new ideas, innovations that are likely to be incorporated in the near future. Among these novelties, Ubiquity is probably one of the most ingenious. This extension, running with simple self-completed command, will allow us to connect the information scattered over the web in a single point. Simply revolutionary!
For information, in French, the gift of ubiquity is the ability to be in several places at a time. Thus, the idea of this project is to be able to obtain information scattered on the web to use it more quickly and easily, while using simple language.
Ubiquity installs like any other Firefox extension via this link — click the green button Get it now :
To use the app, do Ctrl + Space.
Example of practical applications
I've concocted you a flop of different uses via a second demonstrative video.
Note also that all the orders and skins offered are available from Options via the module Add-on modules from Firefox.
Ubiquity is still in draft form, but a well-finished project. As well as Prism, this extension will be part of version 3.2 of Mozilla Firefox, which disrupts our approach to Internet browsing. And you, dear readers, what do you think of this novelty?