A Better Way to Search the Web
Unleash the Hound! Search directly from the websites you want answers from.
AOL - News, Weather, Entertainment, Finance & Lifestyle, Bing is officially powering AOL search as of January 1st, 2016.
Ask.com, formerly called "Ask Jeeves", began in 1996 and changed its name in 2006. Ask.com differs from other search engines by displaying a small image of the web page before clicked.
Baidu is the dominant Chinese internet search engine company, and it is the equivalent to Google in the United States. Search results are displayed in the Chinese language.
Bing, an internet search engine owned and operated by Microsoft, provides a variety of search services, including web, video, image and map search products. It is developed using ASP.NET.
Clean and simple search engine with the results from over 400 sources displayed on a single page that load with a "More Results" button. DuckDuckGo does not track user searches.
Keyword search to find people, posts, photos, videos, places, Pages, groups, apps, links, events and more on Facebook. Find past friends, family, classmates or coworkers, lookup neighbors, find out about potential employees, and research people for numerous other reasons.
Still the #1 search engine, Google finds the most relevant information from millions of webpages while you type
Yandex Search features “parallel” search showing results from both main web index and specialized information resources including news, shopping, blogs, images and videos, on a single page.
Launched in 2010, the Stack Exchange network comprises 173 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers
Wikipedia is a free, comprehensive web-based encyclopedia written collaboratively by volunteers, continually updated with articles on historic events.
The second largest search engine worldwide. On July 29, 2009, Microsoft and Yahoo! announced a deal in which Bing would provide Yahoo! external Search results.
Dogpile is a metasearch engine which provides search results from multiple search engines. According to Dogpile, their metasearch technology "can search 50% more of the Web than any single search engine".
Yippy is a "Deep Web" a metasearch engine that displays results that are harder to find than conventional search engines.