It’s true, we’ve talked about quite a few search engines here at WorldStart before, but this new one, Sputtr, definitely takes the cake. In all actuality, Sputtr isn’t even a search engine itself. But, it’s better than your favorites (like Google, YouTube, MySpace, etc.) and that’s because it allows you to search all of them (and more) from one convenient location!
Sputtr has a very cool and sleek interface. Its Web site is also very easy to use and it’s actually a little similar to Google.
You just type in your search query and then pick a button, any button! Then you’ll be redirected to the respective search engine page. That’s right, you don’t even have to bother trying to learn how to use a different search engine. If you’re ready to give Sputtr a spin, click on this link here. Sputtr has a broad choice of picks for search engines.
Look at this impressive list:
- Web Search: Google, Yahoo, Snap, Wikipedia, Live, Ask
- Reference: Wikipedia, Answers.com, Dictionary
- Images: Google Images, Flickr, deviantART
- Videos: Google Videos, YouTube, Daily Motion, iFilm
- Bookmarks: delicious, digg, StumbleUpon, reddit
- Shopping: eBay, Amazon, cNet
- News: Google News, newsvine, Slashdot
- And the list goes on and on!
And as if that’s not enough, Sputtr also allows you to suggest another search engine by clicking Suggest More. You’ll probably see a few search engines you haven’t heard of (I know I did), but that’s all part of the fun! To find out more about it, click on the button that has nothing on it in the search box and it will take you to that search engine’s search page.
Also, if you have a smaller monitor and you have to scroll to see all of the search buttons, use this link: http://www.sputtr.com/lowres/. Once you visit Sputtr, you’ll be able to see all of the search options in one clean shot. Sputtr is a gem you only stumble upon every so often, so be sure to enjoy it!
~ Neil Patel