The guys from CodeView has asked us to take a look at their app uSearch, which is a universal Windows 10 app that puts popular search sites like Bing, Google and DuckDuckGo all in one place. You can also search websites, such as YouTube and Wikipedia. There is also an option to personalise the site list and include your own, as you can see in the picture below, OneTechStop has been added.
We will be taking a closer look at this app in the near future, but for now if you’d like to find it in the Windows Store click HERE or scan the QR code below. Early impressions are good, easy to personalise, smooth interface, definitely worth a look, especially if you regularly search various different websites.
You can find out more about uSearch from their website HERE. Below is the description of the app from the Windows Store:
All-in-One Web Search. Choose between your search engines and websites to quickly compare search results. Get your results faster and see them collecting while typing. It’s the fastest way to find what you are looking for. Browse images easy with Image-Flow. Share your searches or open it in your default browser. Features: – Add all your favorite websites and search engines. – Image-Flow. – Popular websites like Bing, Google, Twitter, Wikipedia, YouTube etc. included. – It’s optimized for Desktop, Phone and Tablet. – Customize it as it fits for your personal use. – Share your searches or open it in your default browser.
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