With new Windows 8 installed, you would obviously want to have better option to search the engines over internet. Google search app is something a lot of users have gotten themselves since it allows new exciting features like an improved interface, voice search option, instant preview and many more.
For searching the internet, Windows 8 users normally opt for web browsers but there are some users, especially the ones that have Windows 8 running on their tablets, like apps offering the same services over internet browsers.
Apps pertaining to all the services we usually use are already available on Windows 8 Store. You can easily acquire Google, Bing, Dailymotion, eBay, Twitter and YouTube apps from the Store at your convenience. However, it would be more helpful if you could use two services through the same app to search for particular information. For instance, you could run Twitter and Google both at the same time for a function.
How To Add All Search Engines in Windows 8
SearchAll is that one free app available for Windows 8 users to run their searches on all well-known search engines and services online. Google, Bing, Yahoo!, IMDB, Twitter, Google+, Amazon, Wikipedia, YouTube, eBay, Facebook, and Dictionary.com can all be used simultaneously through this app.
It is very simple to work with. For any search, just launch the app, type in the keywords and select the search engine you want to run your search in. You can go to the link directly from the app or access it through the browser you opted for.
If a particular service is not available in this app, you might want to add it yourself. Unfortunately, the current 220.127.116.11 version of SearchAll doesn’t offer the feature of adding or removing any service from it.
Still, SearchAll is a the most swift way to run your search using a number of different search engines all at one place. You may download the app from the link given here