Wajam is a social search engine that gives you access to the knowledge of your friends. You can find results from your friends by searching directly at http://www.wajam.com or by installing the social search extension for your browser. When you search, you get a personalized social layer of your friends’ comments, likes and recommendations for products, places, videos, links and photos.
The browser extension lets you bring social search with you everywhere you browse the web. Search in places like Google, Bing, Yahoo!, Amazon, Yelp, Trip Advisor, YouTube and Ebay, and get recommendations from your friends without having to change your search behavior. Read more about Wajam Everywhere.
No, Wajam does not share what you post on social platforms. It only lets you find content from friends who have given you access to this content.
No, Wajam does not store any user password information from any social networking site.
Yes! Wajam never shares your browsing history or search history.
First, we are sorry for any confusion about how Wajam got installed on your computer.
Because Wajam is TRUSTe certified, our product is not allowed to be installed unless you have given consent to do so. Wajam is never secretly added or forced upon the user, however, we have received some complaints when users were unaware of clicking the consent button. We have created easy steps to help you with the removal of the Wajam browser plug-in. Wajam is sometimes bundled with other downloadable software.
Oftentimes, if you download the latest version of a browser, a screensaver, or a game, Wajam may be offered as part of the app to download. In every case, you have the opportunity to opt-out of the download. Once again, we apologize if you have unintentionally consented to downloading our social search technology. We hope you may reconsider giving it a test drive at another time.
You can use Wajam with Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer.
You can search in Amazon, Ask, Best Buy, Bing, Buy Cheapr, Ebay, Google, IMDb, MyWebSearch, Overstock.com, Search-Results.com, Shopping.com, Tripadvisor, Walmart, Wikipedia, Yahoo!, Yelp and Youtube.
Log in to Wajam with your Facebook or Twitter accounts. Once you’ve logged in, you can add Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Google+ as friend sources.
When you do a search in Google, Bing, Yahoo!, Amazon, Yelp, Trip Advisor, YouTube or Ebay, you'll find your most relevant Wajam result at the top of your search results. You’ll also see information about who shared the item, any comments made about it and other friends that also shared that piece of content.
Above your top Wajam result, you'll find a breakdown of friends who have shared the most content related to your search. If you've saved or shared any results that are related to your search term, you'll be listed first, so it's easy to find your content again.
If you just signed up, be patient! Wajam needs some time to finish indexing all of your content, so you may not be getting complete results at first. You also may not always have Wajam results for your search term. To increase your chances of finding Wajam search results, try using a more general search term, or try adding more sources for Wajam to index. Wajam may suggest Twitter users to follow to find additional social search results.
Wajam Social Search results only show in the United States at the moment. We're hoping to expand to other countries in the future. Thank you for your patience!
You can add your Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and/or your LinkedIn account.
While logged in at http://www.wajam.com, click on Sources on the top right corner next to your name. Click on the name of the source you wish to remove in the friends area.
While logged in at http://www.wajam.com, click on Sources on the top right corner next to your name. Click the Twitter icon. You will be prompted to accept permissions to access your Twitter account. Once you’ve accepted permissions, you will return to your Wajam dashboard with your Twitter contacts loaded.
While logged in at http://www.wajam.com, click on Sources on the top right corner next to your name. Click the Facebook icon. You will be prompted to accept permissions to access your Facebook account. Once you’ve accepted permissions, you will return to your Wajam dashboard with your Facebook contacts loaded.
While logged in at http://www.wajam.com, click on Sources on the top right corner next to your name. Click the Google Plus icon. You will be prompted to enter your Gmail address and password. After you click Add Google+, you will return to your Wajam dashboard with your Google Plus contacts loaded.
We do not currently support Google's 2-step verification. To verify that you are using Google's 2-step verification visit https://www.google.com/settings/security
While logged in at http://www.wajam.com, click on Sources on the top right corner next to your name. Click the LinkedIn icon. You will be prompted to enter your LinkedIn username and password. After you click Ok, I'll Allow It, you will return to your Wajam dashboard with your LinkedIn contacts loaded.
Click on your name at the top right corner of your Wajam account. Then click on Settings in the drop-down menu. From there, you can configure where you want Wajam results to show in the Search Engine Options, as well as if you want to support us by having ads displayed.
Wajam advertisements are shown to help us build and improve the Wajam social search engine. By agreeing to display ads, you're supporting our efforts. At any time, you can remove advertising by visiting your Account Settings or by clicking on this link.
Results from your friends are shown to you when you search at http://www.wajam.com
If you are using the browser extension, Wajam social results and ads are shown on pages you’ve selected in your Account Settings. By default, you’ll get results on Google, Yahoo!, Bing, Amazon, Mahalo, Blekko, Tripadvisor, Ebay, Best Buy, IMDb, Ask, Shopping.com, Walmart, Overstock.com, Wikipedia, Yelp, Search-Results.com, I-play, Babylon, Alot, MyWebSearch, Comcast, MP3 Tube Toolbar Search, Surf Canyon, Web Crawler, Freeze, Buy Cheapr, SearchCanvas, Encrypted Google, Youtube Search, QuestScan, YoutubeWatch, Youtube Home, Twitter Home, PlusNetwork, Funmoods, Sweetim, AVG search, FoxTab, SearchCompletion, AllGamesHome, Incredibar, AOL Search, Iminent, Inbox, SearchQU & Imesh & BearShare, DailyMotion, Softonic, Findeer, Rediff, Basic Scan, Conduit.
Simply click the install Wajam for free button and follow the instructions in your browser. After your browser restarts, you will be prompted to connect with Facebook or Twitter. After you’ve connected, you will have created your Wajam account. When you search, you will find results from your friends.
If you've uninstalled Wajam, you can re-install from the download tab below your Wajam dashboard. You can also re-install from the home page by simply clicking the “install Wajam for free” button.
Wajam is a very popular service, so a lot of software wants to be associated with it. Oftentimes, if you download the latest version of a browser, a screensaver, or a game, Wajam may be offered as part of the app to download. In every case, you have the opportunity to opt-out of the download. Because Wajam is TRUSTe certified, our partners are not allowed to install the software unless you have given consent to do so. Wajam is never secretly added or forced upon the user.
Wajam is a non-invasive approach to accessing your friends in Facebook, Twitter and Google+ when you search on Google, Bing or Yahoo!.
Go to our How to Uninstall Wajam page for a quick tutorial video on how to remove Wajam from your computer.
If you are using Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7, the easiest way is to download the Windows uninstaller and follow the steps to remove Wajam.
This uninstaller removes the entire Wajam app.
Cookies containing PII (Personally Identifiable Information) may remain after the uninstall process. The remaining Wajam cookies can be removed following your web browser help file directions.
The only exception is the Stand-alone Chrome extension when installed from the Chrome Web Store, which is not uninstalled through this uninstaller.
To remove the Stand-alone Chrome Web Store extension, you can do so by following the below instructions for uninstalling via the chrome browser itself.
In Windows, click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click Add or Remove Programs. Select Wajam and then click Change/Remove.
For Chrome: click the Tools menu. Select Extensions. Click Disable or Uninstall.
Wajam adds recommendations from your friends directly in the Google Maps and Safari app on iPhone.
By adding a new Wajam profile to your phone, you allow us to give you social recommendations based on your search terms.
Wajam mobile adds recommendations from your friends into Google Search on Safari and Google Maps.
To get results in Safari, make a search on Google Search.
To get results in Google Maps, click on Places when you're on Google Search, or open the Google Maps app directly and make a search.
If you have created an account recently, it may take time before we aggregate your data. Visit http://www.wajam.com on Safari to see if you have results in your feed. If you don't get any results from Wajam after a few days, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can investigate.
Wajam mobile is currently supported on iPhone 4, 4S and 5 with iOS 5 or iOS 6. We're looking forward to expanding to other platforms in the future.
Most likely the configuration you installed is not compatible with your carrier's APN settings. Please uninstall the Wajam profile from your phone and try again.
It appears that our profile conflicts with visual voice mail for some operators. As we work to resolve this issue, here's a temporary workaround.
Go to Settings > General > Profiles and remove the Wajam Profile.
It appears that our profile conflicts with some carrier-specific apps. As we work to resolve this issue, here's a temporary workaround.
Go to Settings > General > Profiles and remove the Wajam Profile.
On your iPhone, go to Settings > General > Profiles and remove the Wajam Profile.