Rated 2 out of 5 stars

It's great but you need to use their service as a bridge to link to each search engine for proper function.

You are not simply using each search engine individually but through their server to access other search engines.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.9). 

Response to WhoeverIam 3000

First of all we are thankful for the review. Here are some comments:\r\n\r\n1. Cleeki provides functions to link to the full search page of particular content/service providers by clicking on the channel icon using a mouse\'s middle button or using a \"Ctrl + Left button\" combination. This is specified in Cleeki\'s help page. Functions allowing a user to customize the default behavior when the channel icon is clicked is under development.\r\n\r\n2. Each search engine is independent from each other and is clearly distinguished using their individual channel icon. We never do \" through their server to access other search engines\". Actually we don\'t think any server would provide that kind of functions.\r\n\r\n3. That said, it is quite normal these days for online services hosted in 3rd party websites or applications. In fact almost all major Internet runners (Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Amazon, eBay, YouTube, Facebook, the list never ends...) provide their SDKs or APIs and encourage developers to build novel applications or websites based on their services, which is also what Cleeki is doing. It is not only legal, but quite promoted by the service/content providers. You can refer to the following links to get some ideas:\r\n\r\nhttp://code.google.com/apis/ajaxsearch/\r\nhttp://code.google.com/apis/youtube/overview.html\r\nhttp://developer.yahoo.com/search/\r\n\r\nHope these clarify the situation. Should you have further comments, suggestions, or questions, you can write to cleeki@gmail.com since the review session is not for discussion purpose. In any case thanks for your time and attention on Cleeki.\r\n\r\n-The Cleeki Team