When you’re scanning a web page for information, a quick CTRL+F search can help you find specific words faster. The Twinword Finder for Chrome, however, takes that word scanning to the next level by also searching for related terms and only highlighting sections that are pertinent to your search.
Twinword Finder, from the company Twinword, uses a similar Natural Language Processing (NLP) API as the DuckDuckGo search engine, easily finding terms that could be related to the initial search term. Once you have the extension installed, hit the magnifying class symbol in your Chrome browser (or use CTRL+Shift+F), and type in the word you want to scan for. It will instantly highlight every paragraph on the page containing words relevant to your search. For example, instead of scouring a Wikipedia page for a specific piece of key information, a search with Twinword Finder will take you right to the paragraphs containing the information, and hiding the unnecessary stuff around it. You can download the free extension in the Chrome Web Store at the link below.
Twinword Finder [Chrome Web Store]