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Mobile Search is an evolving branch of information retrieval services that is centered around the convergence of mobile platforms and mobile handsets or other mobile devices. The services allow users to find mobile content interactively on mobile websites, and mobile content shows a media shift toward mobile multimedia. Simply put, mobile search is not just a spatial shift of PC web search to mobile equipment, but is witnessing more of treelike branching into specialized segments of mobile broadband and mobile content, both of which show a fast-paced evolution.
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Access Searchme from your mobile phone. Searchme offering a new and better way to search the Web on Mobile
(works on most web enabled mobile phones and devices.)
“A Visual Search Engine is a search engine designed to search for information on the World Wide Web through the input of an image or a search engine with a visual display of the search results. Information may consist of web pages, locations, other images and other types of documents. This type of search engines is mostly used to search on the mobile Internet through an image of an unknown object (unknown search query). Examples are buildings in a foreign city. These search engines often use techniques for Content Based Image Retrieval.”
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There are some visual search engines such as www.like.com, www.kartoo.com, www.quintura.com but I do not love to use them, I still using Google.com to surf the webs until I have found Searhme which I think This is the revolution of Search Engine. For me I love to say
"Searchme if You Can"
Introduction to Searchme
SearchMe visual search engine is the next generation search engine allows users or searchers to type in a search box and then define the involved topic of their search in order to provide the most relevant results. Once the searcher selects or choose the intended topic, Searchme will show the simple page showing pictures of each resulting web page that we can scan through. Users can see the web pages in the results before they click through, and real-time category suggestions narrow down the number of results immediately. All that users need is a high-speed connection like DSL or a cable modem.
First time that I used Searchme to search I forgot my time to bed, I have to say that there is one word that we have heard long time ago.
This word is "WYSIWYG" (What You See Is What You Get). Yes,it come true!
When I am using Searchme to surf the webs, I am thinking about "Catch me if you can movie".
Now it should be the time of
"Searchme if you can"
For more amazing times, go to www.SearchMe.com
See the fantastic demo Videos as below.
Visual search engine Searchme has a sexy new iPhone app that brings its signature Cover-Flow-like interface to the phone's 3.5-inch display. Search results come in the form of large thumbnails with short content summaries underneath. To browse through them you simply flick your finger across the screen, just like you would with album covers in the phone's iPod application.
The app also supports pinch gestures for zooming in on thumbnails. This lets you see the the details of a page before visiting it in Safari--something that can be done with a simple double tap on any result. This may seem like a trivial feature, but it can be immensely helpful, and in some cases even prevent you from having to visit the site at all. In my case I was able to pull up a restaurant's address just by zooming in, saving me some time and data.
Searchme knows when you've flipped it on its side and will display the search results in gorgeous Coveflow-style.
(Credit: CNET Networks)
The application makes use of the iPhone’s accelerometer, and can tell when you’ve got it in landscape mode. When flipped, you get an additional two thumbnails on the screen, and it does away with the summaries entirely. It’s also marvelously fun to zoom back and forth.
This app is definitely more than eye candy. Over a 3G connection it took just three seconds to bring up search results that I was able to flip through, and another 15 to stream in the thumbnails. During that loading time I was able to browse through the titles and summaries with zero lag which is really impressive.
Searchme is free and can be found in the app store (iTunes link).
Previous Searchme coverage:
Searchme tries music streaming to attract users
Search interfaces of tomorrow you can try today
Searchme nabs $31 million from Google backer, others
Originally posted at Webware