A few days ago, we let you know about the availability of the official Google search app for Windows 8. The Google search app has a good interface, supports voice search, instant preview mode, and many features of Google search.
While a majority of Windows 8 users like to use web browsers to search Google or any other online services, a small section of users who are running Windows 8 on a tablet might prefer an app over the web browser.
Bing, Google, Dailymotion, eBay, Twitter, and unofficial YouTube apps are already available in the Windows 8 Store. But the problem is that for instance, we need to run both the Google search app and Twitter app to quickly search for information both on Twitter and Google. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to search all popular search engines and online services from one place?
SearchAll is a free app for Windows 8 to search all popular search engines and online services from one place. It lets you search Google, Bing, Yahoo!, IMDB, Twitter, Google+, Amazon, Wikipedia, YouTube, eBay, Facebook, and Dictionary.com.
Just open up the app, enter the search keyword in the app, and then click or tap search engine icon you wish to search in to see search results. It even lets you open the link within the app or open using your primary web browser.
The current version (18.104.22.168) of the app doesn’t let you add or remove a service from the home screen.
Overall, SearchAll is a handy app to quickly search in multiple search engines. Visit the Store link provided at the end of this article to install the app.
UPDATE: SearchAll is no longer available to download from Windows Store.