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Sunday, August 21, 2005

 
Trovando is a new beta Italian multi/meta search engine. It's launching in September, but it's already very impressive. You can take a look at it and if you do, I think you'll be impressed. In common with TurboScout, it gives you access to over 25 search engines of different types, such as Google, Yahoo, MSN, and not forgetting Exalead, Gigablast, Ixquick... the list goes on and on. And that's just the web tab! There are 11 tabs, for things like images, reference, news and so on. One of the tabs can be customised to your own requirements as well.

It's very impressive, and does wrap up a lot of stuff in one handy neat little package, and I'm certainly going to be using it. There's also a nice little review of it over at Pandia, and they seem to like it as well!

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