Review: Liquid for Mac helps you research and reference more effectively

Search, copy, share, and reference content more easily with this powerful and flexible tool.

Liquid for Mac enhances your research experience by acting as an all-in-one search and reference tool, as well as a quick content sharer. Once you get used to it, it can become an indispensable tool that you use daily, not only for work, but also for fun.

To complete the installation and fully integrate Liquid for Mac with your system, you need to restart your computer. The app's minimalistic yet sleek interface lets you quickly copy and paste information from any open program directly into its search bar. From there, you can access multiple search engines and sites including Google and YouTube, and even Amazon, if you're searching for a retail item. Search results open in your default browser, offering you quick navigation between the app interface and returned search results. We liked that the app featured extensive keyboard shortcuts for every function including search, reference, convert, copy, and share. The app also gets a thumbs up for its referencing options, which include Wikipedia, IMDB for movies, Google Definition for dictionary results, and Etymonline for word origins. Another great feature is a convenient multipurpose converter. However, if you're using the free version of the app, you won't be able to use its translation feature, which only becomes available if you upgrade to the Pro version.

With so many options, Liquid for Mac stands out as an ingenious app that can be of use to any Mac user who writes articles, blog posts, and the like. If you're looking for a powerful search tool for referencing articles and images, you can't go wrong in downloading this useful application.

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