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Thursday, September 02, 2004
Nextaris Brings Deeper Search
The company behind the Surfwax search engine has released the free Nextaris, which it calls a "web based search related tool". Nextaris is a combination of internet apps, many of which are like Google apps, in a single interface. Users register for accounts, and can then access 30 search engines, a news aggregator, bookmarks, free 20MB file storage, an address book, and messaging. Nextaris also takes advantage of bookmarklets to let you access its features from anywhere. It works in IE and Mozilla. I gotta say, I'm impressed with the scope of this product, and I wish there were more of these out there. Obviously, I'm hoping for a Google interface application. Hey Google! You listening?
(via Search Engine Guide) (Press Release)

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