The Magic Highlighter is a productivity booster for people who search for things on the internet. It enhances your search experience by automatically highlighting search terms and phrases on search result web pages. Check out our introductory blog post to learn more, or just watch this video.👇🏽
Automatically highlights search terms and phrases on search result web pages.
The Magic Highlighter just works™ thanks to direct integration with Safari on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Works with Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, Ecosia, Neeva, Brave Search, and Kagi!
Using The Magic Highlighter is like having
roseyellow-colored AR glasses for the web.
Once you go yellow, you’ll never go back.
Use ⌘-Shift-F to toggle magic highlights, change highlight colors, and more.
The Magic Highlighter does not collect ANY browsing data, and your settings are stored on-device.
The Magic Highlighter is only $1.99. Buy it once, use it forever. No subscriptions, no ads, no in-app purchase. Just a one-time Universal Purchase for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. We support Family Sharing too, so once you purchase it, everyone else in your family gets it for FREE!
The Magic Highlighter delivers 100% of its automagical features on-device.
We at Herd Works (the developer of The Magic Highlighter) are committed to user privacy. It’s core to our philosophy as a company, and a critical ingredient in how we approach product design.
Check out our User Guide to learn how The Magic Highlighter works, including keyboard shortcuts and other tips & tricks.
We’re so glad you asked! Safari extensions — and browser extensions in general — are small software applications that extend or add functionality to modern web browsers like Safari.
To learn more, check out our blog post on this very topic: “What are Safari extensions?”
For now we are 100% focused on the the Safari web browser, thanks to its cross-platform Safari Extensions which run on the phone (iPhone), tablet (iPad), and desktop (Mac). To our knowledge, Safari is the first browser to offer support for browser extensions on mobile devices. If you know of other browsers that provide support for cross-platform browser extensions, please let us know!
For now we are 100% focused on Safari, and Safari is only available on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac platforms. However, we are not (yet) using any Safari-specific APIs, so it is our expectation that we will be able to bring The Magic Highlighter browser extension to Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Brave, and Arc.