Search has stayed pretty much the same since Google changed the game in the mid 1990s, but Spezify promises to change all that. The founders aim to make searching the internet more intuitive, with fewer blue links. When you search for a word in Spezify, you get a seemingly endless array of images and text boxes from a wide range of sites. The presentation of the results can be somewhat overwhelming, though they are right on target.
At the top of the search page is a list of related words. You can either add these to your existing search using the small plus sign to the left of each word, or create a new search by clicking on the word itself. Click on one of the results and you get pop-up information about its source. This can be from blogs, microblogs, images, videos and more. You can use the tools in the top right hand corner to narrow your search by media type
Spezify would provide a great way to search for information about celebrities or to research a science project. This is a great addition to the world of search and deserves a four star rating.
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