tyBit revs up search engine
tyBit, an internet search application affiliated with AIT, announced today the release of its newest beta version.
The company states that following months of development and user feedback, this latest release delivers cleaner, faster, and more relevant search results than ever before.
The developers have addressed all known issues and have re-released the search application with significant improvements in performance. Several specific enhancements to this new release include the addition of new Shop feature sources – Pricegrabber and CNET shopper, and a new web source—ASK.com.
The company further adds that another new feature is 'Did you mean?' spell correction. It also introduces tyBit Mail. The company states that tyBit remembers most recent searches with auto completion just like a browser, and it is the first meta search that remembers previous searches and helps find those searches again.
Additionally, it is now crawling and storing its own web data and returning its own search results which are integrated with the other engines.
The company declares that additional features include better reliability in Firefox toolbar, the engines tab in the options menu displays images showing which selected engines will be searched, and accepts Boolean search terms, and displays non-english characters.
"We expect to be completely done with beta by May 2008," said Sean McCoy, CMO of tyBit. "Then we go live and are looking at six to seven figures a month in online ad revenue."
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