How it Works
A user reads “State of the Union” on a news article, but doesn’t fully understand the term. Instead of taking the time to open up a new tab, search for the term, and sift through all the links, the user just highlights “State of the Union,” right-clicks, and selects the option “Search on Napoleon.”
The user will then get a window that pops up on the screen, presenting two Wikipedia articles on the State of the Union, two educational videos on the State of the Union, and two relevant stories per Google News Feed.
If the user is utilizing the paid version, their features will show up underneath the YouTube videos, Wikipedia articles, and Google News Feed stories. These premium features will be determined at a later date.