You can change the wikipedia language in Searchify Settings.
From the settings screen, press Menu then go Options -> Wikipedia. Or tap-and-hold on the Wikipedia entry in the main settings screen. You’ll see “Wikipedia language” setting and will be able to choose the wikipedia language.
Searchify’s calendar search feature searches your calendar and brings back any events that match.
To use it, type the keyword cal followed by the words you want to search for. If you don’t want to type “cal” every time, you can change or remove that keyword in Searchify Settings.
Calendar search brings back both past events and future events. In Searchify Settings you can set how far back in the past and future you want it to look – the default for this is one year in the past and two years in the future.
You can also choose in the settings how many results should be brought back, and whether or not you want the location field to be searched as well as the event titles.
Corrected the IMDb search shortcut address, which had changed on the IMDb website
Added a fix for the issue where with limited internet connectivity sometimes Searchify would return no results. This was because the Wikipedia module was failing to return results. Now it will give up after 5 seconds so other results (e.g. calculator results) should still be returned.
Added kilometres to the unit convertor (no idea why it wasn’t there before!)
Searchify’s keyword search feature provides a handy shortcut for searching on other internet sites. Several of these shortcuts come with Searchify, and you can add your own custom ones for any sites you want.
The built-in shortcuts are:
twt (to search Twitter)
dict (to search Google Dictionary)
meta (to search Metacritic)
imdb (to search IMDb)
slang (to search Urban Dictionary)
To add your own, go to Searchify Settings, bring up the menu, and select “Add new item”. You’ll have to enter the search URL you want the shortcut to link to, with “%s” where you want the search term to go.