The web is a vast place wherein finding the right results can be as difficult as searching for the needle in a haystack. And therefore many of us wish to center the search in a more immediate and easier way. Now, there is a startup that focuses on that problem. Helioid is a search engine that basically zips your search and classifying it into color- coded categories.
Founded by Kenny Hamilton, Helioid is turning into a promising site that will deliver results successfully. The startup is designed for students or professionals, and anyone who are not just looking for an explicit answer to a certain question. This is best for people who attempt to do an investigative research across a particular topic.
In comparison with the other usual search engines, Helioid sets down the search results on the left side along with filtering options. The users can either choose which filter option to use, or more simply, just some of the given options. It gives results that are efficient and reliable.
The color- coded part in the left column that is shown in a search result determines which is the most related to the search term. A dot is shown in every search to correspond one of the categories. Likewise, a label is displayed which shows the size of the category and the most significant ones are placed at the top portion.
You can add up category terms as keywords by clicking on any of the categories provided and make a new, more intensive array of result and related categories. You can repeat doing this process to continue generating more concentrated results.
You may not easily find what you’re searching immediately with Google or Bing but with Helioid, everything becomes a lot easier. It complements with other general search engines and makes searches more efficient and easier.