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EnFind Extension

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Automatically adds knowledge to people, places, and things mentioned in articles.

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Description from store Do you read online news? Have you ever run into words, phrases, or names that you do not understand and would like to know more? If you answered 'Yes' to both questions, then this is the right tool for you! The EnFind extension annotates all kinds of proper nouns and domain-specific terminologies right onto the article you are reading. If you run into any word or phrase that you would like to understand more (and it is annotated), all you need to do is simply click on it. A window will pop-up showing the Wikipedia abstract for that entity. Our powerful and intelligent back-end engine will try its best to figure out the correct semantic meaning of the words and phrases you clicked on (eg. is "cancer" the disease or the zodiac sign?). Feature: * A simple click on an annotation delivers the knowledge from the Wikipedia right to your screen. * Automatically chooses the correct semantic meaning of the word or phrase you clicked, backed by our artificial intelligent engine. EnFind will automatically annotate articles from the following online publishers. You can always manually click on our browser icon to see annotations for any webpage not listed below. 1. CNN 2. Los Angeles Times 3. Fox News 4. Yahoo! News 5. NBC News 6. New York Times 7. Huffington Post 8. Daily Mail 9. Reuters 10. ABC News 11. USA Today 12. BBC 13. Washington Post ... (more coming soon) Give this extension a try. We believe you will fall in love with it. If you like it, don't forget to rate it!

Latest reviews

  • (2013-09-09) Eric Wu: It's a cool idea, but the execution is lacking. For every link I clicked on, I kept getting the EnFind error page that redirected me back to the same page. Also the javascript pop-up box sometimes appears and sometimes doesn't. It's not clear what from the user end should cause the trigger.
  • (2013-06-25) Joshua Deffibaugh: When I am reading on the web I often find myself looking up things in The Book of Knowledge, aka Wikipedia, that I come across and am unfamiliar with. This extension really does a great a job of simplifying that work flow for me.
  • (2013-06-15) I've been helping to create the extension so my opinion may be a little biased, but I use it every day -- and have found it much easier to understand things that I didn't previously know. We're in the process of figuring out a good way to show less obvious annotations so your feedback is appreciated. Thanks for using EnFind. Plz review
  • (2013-04-18) K: Interesting. Still don't fully understand how and why it picks only certain terms/phrases on a page. Will be quite useful once it expands, I guess. Much more convient than going to the actual Wikipedia page. Also uses Quora I think, but haven't seen it.
  • (2013-04-08) Richard Wang: Excellent extension!

Latest issues

  • (2014-03-06, v:0.551) Crash Cat: Custom domain list
    Any chance of adding a user list where you can put in your own sites to automatically highlight? Not that I can't push the button, but it would save having to think about it.


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4.5 (11 votes)
Last update / version
2013-09-09 / 0.551
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