ZapMeta is a meta-search engine, a search tool that provide users the ability of simultaneously search multiple search engines under one interface. Meta-search engines benefit users by saving them time and effort from having to individually visit multiple search engines in order to find the desired result. Along with web search, ZapMeta currently offer a directory based on data from The Open Directory Project and Product Search powered by Pricegrabber.
Please refer to the Meta-Search Engine FAQ to learn more about meta-search engines.
Yes, ZapMeta supports not only basic Boolean expressions and operators, but also phrase, truncation, proximity, and advanced search fields.
Please refer to the Boolean and Syntax help guide for further information.
ZapMeta fetches results from other search engines and does not maintain a database of web pages. Thus, URL submissions are not accepted.
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