Find in Page loads a small toolbar overlay at the bottom of your screen to help you navigate to different instances of the word you’re looking for. This bookmarklet works pretty well for the websites I visit, but it does warn that it can’t detect words when they’re formatted differently (i.e. Iron Man), and it certainly isn’t optical character recognition (so no finding words in pictures).
The last notable thing about Find In Page is that it feels like a seamless addition to Safari browsing. You don’t have to reload pages to search through them, and the bookmarklet’s toolbar sits right above the native Safari navigation bar and can be closed once you’re done searching for text.
There are other bookmarklets that do similar things (like Safari+, thanks to Code Retards), but Find In Page certainly provides the easiest way of setting this functionality up. It’s also the only one I know of that has buttons to help you jump to each found word – which is a big help!
Find In Page is available for $0.99 on the App Store.
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