Zemanta rolls out service to Safari and Chrome users

Filed as News on March 12, 2009 8:31 am

Zemanta logoZemanta, which Jonathan picked up on last year in his five sources for free and legal images feature, has just announced that its technology is now available for both Safari and Chrome.

This means that users who’ve elected not to use Firefox or Internet Explorer can now have access to Zemanta’s content searching and sharing services.

The bookmarklet can be downloaded from labs.zemanta.com/bookmarklet, after which various popular blogging platforms can be decked out with Zemanta’s services.

Individual bloggers will need to decide whether this third-party service is for them, but at least it now works across most of the popular browsers. I tested it briefly on Safari 4 for Mac using WordPress and it worked fine.

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