Google or Bing? Just Ask Both!

image Should I try Microsoft’s beautiful search engine – Bing? Or should I stick to my all time favorite – Google? Torn between the two? In case you are, not to worry, now you have the option to ask them both together!

Askboth.com is a new web 2.0 twin search engine for you, coupled with Google as well as Bing, keeping all that confusion at bay. This means, you can now easily search for information on both the search engines at the same time.

Askboth.com has the regular features of Content Search on the Web as well as Image Search. This can also work as a SEO tool for you to compare the results on both the sites. You could even add it to your browser as your default search engine.

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So, all those who laid eyes on Bing and just couldn’t get enough, but also couldn’t let go of old pal Google, this seems like an appealing option.

Try it out to see if it tickles your fancy.

Link: Askboth.com

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  • http://www.taranfx.com monoj g

    Bing is no competition for google. I have seen alot of popularity of “bing sucks”.
    Bing sucks. Top 5 Reasons.
    Future of bing and what it could do to Google!

    • Swati

      @monoj g: I agree, Bing is no competition to Google. It still has a long way to go. Haven’t used much of Bing, but I do like the look and feel of the search engine. Moreover, Bing brings more choices for the end user, which I think is a good thing.

  • http://www.technologyslice.com.au Technology Slice

    Try Bing. But I think you will find their index is not as up-to-date as Google’s.

    • Swati

      @Technology Slice: I like Bing, but I am so used to Google, that it’s hard to give it up. Everytime I was to look up something, my finger types Google on its own. That’s one reason why I found Askboth.com pretty useful.

  • http://techack.blogspot.com TechacK

    You can use these websites to compare Google and Bing results in a single page!

    • Swati

      @TechacK: Thanks for sharing the link.

  • http://www.technologyslice.com.au Tech

    Bing has made an impression it seems.