My friend and I are both developers and working on the app called Devbook. I thought this community might find it especially useful. It's basically a search engine made just for developers.
It's a desktop app available for Windows, Linux, macOS. It works similar to Spotlight on macOS. You hit a global shortcut and Devbook appears as an overlay on top of any app you might be using. Then you just start typing and we search Stack Overflow, code on GitHub and docs. No ads, content marketing, personalization, slow websites, etc. Plus it's all controllable using just a keyboard. This way you almost don't need to leave your coding editor.
The goal was to keep you as a programmer productive as much as possible and minimize the annoying context switching.
We made this based on our own needs. We realized how much time we spent on Google searching for stuff when coding. Looking for information should be a better experience than that. A place where developers first-class citizens.
Here's a short video of me using Devbook
Would love to learn what you folks think. Give it a try and let me know!