Teardrop provides a way to query multiple search engines at the same time, and explore their results as a single source. It's available both in a command line and a graphical version.
|Tags||Internet Web Indexing/Search|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows Windows POSIX Linux Unix Mac OS X|
Release Notes: You can now export lists to HTML and CSV (with semicolons). New engines have been added. Updating every search engine at the same time is now possible. You can perform link verification for your results. Images can now be displayed in the results list, making it easy to search for images and videos. Mac OS X is supported. There are bugfixes.
Release Notes: Modifying config.xml should not be needed any more, as components have been added to manage it in the GUI. Proxies are now supported. Google support is now back via the use of their API. There are some bug corrections.
Release Notes: This release still lacks some features, but can already handle simultaneous queries to specified search engines. Both command line and graphical versions are functional (but not final).