ImaginOn is set to release WebZinger 6.0 in late January next year,
an all-in-one “supra-search engine” for Internet searchers that will permit
searching, locating, downloading, formatting, presenting and browsing.
It is said to be the first product of its kind to combine all these
features into a single
application. Written in Java, it runs on PCs, Apple Macs and Unix
The traditional way of researching a subject on the Internet is to use a
browser, visit the search engines, visit the sites that are identified by
the engines, and then download the appropriate information including
pictures and video/audio clips. The user then needs to organize the results
into a usable report.
“It’s like having a research assistant who is Web-savvy, capable of
delivering to you a multimedia report, complete with text, pictures, video
and audio on any topic, anytime you need it,” said David Schwartz,
ImaginOn claims that “for most reports” WebZinger 6.0 will carry out the
entire process in about 30 minutes, working by itself without user
WebZinger 6.0 will cost $44.95.