Lesser Known Mobile Search Engines
The trend of using mobile search engines has apparently paved way into the world of smartphones. With better functionalities, search engines play a vital role in providing desired content for the users. It is essential to opt for the best search engine to get a better outlook of the contents on internet and also find relevant results. Getting access into the ocean of mobile contents on web has become easier since the origin of smartphones. Users now have the facility of comparing and choosing the foremost search engines based on their efficiency and reliability factors.
But, apart from the most opted search engines, we have compiled a list of less popular engines with almost similar set of functions.
Unlike other search engines, Wolfram Alpha delivers a vivid range of factual answers for questions. Various categories of the engine include Engineering, mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Life sciences, Transportation and many more. Answers to the queries are obtained from a huge pile of contents in the displayed categories.
Yandex, a Russian based search engine acts as a perfect solution for finding categorized results on the internet. Contents in the form of images, mail, videos and maps are shown instantly. The engine also inhabits many other features such as Yandex Disk (Cloud storage), Translate, Money and Market.
The Ask search engine is primarily used to find answers to almost all kinds of queries. It exhibits a series of most trending categories which catches the interest of users instantly. Apart from the basic task of searching answers, the engine also offers quiz for the users to answer. The engine includes questions and answers picked by editors, displayed to enhance the knowledge of users.
The features of ChaCha search engine are very much similar to Ask, comprising of real-time answers to any question. The engine happens to be way faster than most of the search engines used on smartphones. Sending answers through SMS is a unique and innovative feature effectively introduced by the engine.
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by techtalks @TechTalks March 30, 2016 5:06 AM UTC