A Search Engine Better Than Google?

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These days, when it comes to researching, you probably only turn to one search engine for answers: Google. You won’t find too many people who prefer Bing or Yahoo, and it’s mainly because Google has everything to offer its users… or does it?

Google has been the major player in the search engine game for years, and it’s constantly trying to continue its integration into our everyday lives with connections to our phones, our cars, and more. Maybe it’s time for something new, and that’s where Omnity comes in.

Omnity is a search engine developed specifically for research and is aimed toward professionals and students who depend on specific search results on a regular basis. It uses a variety of data sets including public news organization reports, financial reports, scientific journals, SEC filings, legal histories, and more to find the most definitive answers. So, if you’re looking for more information on a specific topic, Omnity can give you some insight into the most popular findings about it.

The search engine also acts as a dictionary: when you drag and drop a document into the search engine, it will quickly scan it and find words that may not be so common. Then, it will give you more information about them. It will also bring up any links that may be helpful regarding the topic. This can come in handy when you’re dealing with legal, medical, or professional documents.

Omnity focuses on something that has been gaining popularity in the marketing world: content. By scanning whole pieces of content instead of simply searching for a matching keyword phrase, Omnity gives you the opportunity to see information in a larger setting instead of just seeing the quick-hitting points.

So does Omnity have what it takes to overthrow Google and become the new go-to search engine? Probably not, but in the future, we may turn to more specific tools a regular basis in order to get more specific information.

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