Evri’s semantic, real-time search engine is going mobile, with the announcement of new iPhone and Android apps. Delivering relevant searches to consumers is Evri’s specialty, encouraging the curation and syndication of content around individuals, brands and publishers.
As stored data in the cloud tend to get richer and richer every day, there has to be a constant upgrade to an intelligent and more advanced technology needed to keep up with this growth. Search engines have to get smarter along the way as well, since its industry is directly affected by this data accumulation as well.
One of the breakthrough in search engine technology is Evri, a real-time content discovery search engine. It uses semantic capabilities to analyze thousands of Web sources, categorize them and deliver the most relevant searches to consumers via a suite of topic-based applications.
“Evri aggregates and sorts through thousands of sources to deliver the best, most relevant information to our audience, and blinkx’s premium video content rounds out our multimedia offering perfectly.”
Evri will power its modern search engine with its new iPhone and Android apps, named: EvriThing Tech, EverThing Gossip and EvriThing Baseball. This is accomplished through Evri’s partnership with blinkx, a long-standing video search engine.”By partnering with blinkx, we’re able to tap into a rich and varied library of mobile video to complement and enhance the real-time content streams in our apps,” said Evri CEO Will Hunsinger.
Blinks has been around for some time, with a number of partnerships bulking out its distirubtion channels. Partnerships with services like Evri give blinkx more opportunities to apply their online methods for the mobile market. From Suranga Chandratillake, founder and CEO, blinkx:
“Video streaming is the fastest-growing mobile activity, and there’s a tremendous consumer demand for rich media apps.Evri’s unique technology enables them to deliver a highly compelling multimedia experience to mobile audiences, and we’re delighted to be powering the video component of their new suite of apps.”