LeapFish, Searches in Real Time



Quite recently the multi-media search engine site, LeapFish.com, announced they’re developing a real time search engine. You can find the press release here.

Real time, I assume, means that when something happens on the web, anywhere, LeapFish will be able to find it for you. This will be quite a feat as even search engines like Google or Yahoo may take a few days, some times, to add or update content, though information from major sites may be updated more frequently.

Leapfish will be drawing information from Google, Yahoo, MSN, and other search sites and portals, and proving answers from any and all of these sites on a single page. This way you need not go to each of the individual sites to make a search. All you’ll have to do is go to Leapfish.com, conduct your search, and results from all the other sites will be compiled for you.

Truthfully, sites like Yahoo and Google prioritize and categorize results differently. I’m sure you’ve discovered this on your own, and, despite your personal preferences, you may still find yourself visiting several search sites for the information or entertainment your need.

The current Leapfish site has a clean and simple layout. The home page shows information for the stock market, AP News, Youtube Video, and more. This can be useful if you want to see what’s hot on all these sites without having to go to the individual site. The new site should be something to see.

Speaking of which, if you’re interested in checking out the upcoming site in advance, you can request a private demo by contacting them at demo@leapfish.com.


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