September 27, 2005 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) - San Francisco company blinkx has announced the release of an upgraded version of its blinkx 3.5 search toolbar which unifies content search. The result of user feedback, the new design search toolbar offers usability and performance enhancements alongside additional support for multimedia formats, a dedicated Wikipedia channel (offering the online encyclopedias 737,000 entries), Lotus Notes password support and usability upgrades for desktop links and links from the Web and TV. The upgrade also improves support for media file formats such as MP3 and WMV, significantly enhancing the tools ability to access all desktop files. "We have worked hard over the last 18 months to build a reputation for innovation and the development of products ahead of others in the search industry, but that hasn't slowed down our progress. As always, our users continue to push us forward, giving our development team a never-ending list for new ideas for features and enhancements," said blinkx founder Suranga Chandratillake. "blinkx 3.5 adopts a number of those user-driven ideas as well as other enhancements of our own. We're confident the new features will exceed expectations and look forward to more ideas for the next version!"