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Best 10 Search Engines 2019 | No 1 is undoubted.

#Google rules the online search world, and that is not a secret, but other options are available. Furthermore, some of these alternative search engines are extremely popular by themselves-as opposed to the gigantic giant Google, they just don't seem to be very popular. Some of these alternative search engines look like old artifacts left several moons ago at the birth of the internet.

Others, like China, South Korea, or the Czech Republic, dominate a specific region. Recent statistics (September 2019) show that Google is the world's most popular search engine with an amazing market share of 81.5 percent.

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Most Popular Search Engines

Nevertheless, other search engines are worth taking a look at, and the top 10 are listed below. The five world's top search engines in terms of market share are #Google, #Bing, #Yahoo, #Baidu and #Yandex according to data from the netmarketshare, statist and statcounter.

Best 10 Search Engines 2019

1. Google

Further introductions are not required. The search engine giant ranks first with an impressive gap of 76% from the second place search engine, Bing. As shown in the table above, in any given appliance (#desktop, #mobile and #tablet) Google dominates the market in all countries.

The reliability of its search results is what makes Google the most popular and reliable search engine. To provide users with the most accurate results, Google uses sophisticated algorithms. The founders of Google Larry Page and Sergey Brin indicated that other websites are more relevant than other sites and deserve thus a higher level of search results. The Google ranking algorithm was over the years supplemented with hundreds of variables (including machine learning aid) and is still the most accurate way to find exactly what you want on the Internet.

2. Bing

#Bing is the attempt by Microsoft to challenge Google to find, but in spite of its efforts, it still hasn't succeeded in persuading people to consistently use their search engines. Their share of the search engine market is always below 6%, while Bing is the default Windows PC search engine. Bing was created by the past search engines of Microsoft (Alexe rank is #30 most visited website on the internet, such as MSN, #Windows Live Search, Live Search).

3. Yahoo

#Yahoo's web search engine takes third place with an average 2percent market share. Yahoo is one of the most successful email providers. The default #Firefox browser search engine in the United States is Yahoo (since 2014). The Web site of Yahoo is very popular and ranks as the 11 most highly visited website (Alexa says).

4. Baidu

#Baidu is the most popular search engine of China. It was founded in 2000. Its market share is steadily growing and Baidu serves thousands of search queries every month, according to Wikipedia. The rankings are currently in 4th position in the Alexa Rankings. Baidu is only available in Chinese language though open worldwide.

5. Yandex.ru

#Yandex is a software company that builds intelligent machine-learning products and services. According to Wikipedia, Yandex operates Russia's largest search engine with approximately 65% of its market share.

6. DuckDuckGo

According to #DuckDuckGo traffic figures, they are performing an average of 0.5% less than 47 million searches per day. DuckDuckGo does not have its own search database (like Google and bing) as opposed to what most people believe, but instead produce search results from a variety of sources. In other words, they do not have their own information so they depend on other sources (e.g. Yelp, Bing, Yahoo, StackOverflow).

It limit the performance of all websites on the Internet, compared with Google, which uses a set of algorithms to determine the best results. On the positive side, the clean software of DuckDuck Go does not track users and is not packed entirely with publicity.

7. Ask.com

#Ask.com has previously received approximately 0,42% of the market share, as known as Ask Jeeves. ASK is a question / answer system , on which most questions are answered by other users or by surveys. The search feature is also common, but the results are of poor quality compared to Google or even Bing or Yahoo.

8. AOL.com

The old-time popular #AOL is still among the top 10 search engines with a market share that reaches almost 0.05 percent according to netmarket shares. There are several prominent websites in the AOL network, including engadget.com, techkrunch.com and huffingtonpost.co.uk. Verizon Communications purchased AOL on 23 June 2015.

9. Wolframalpha

You market it as a computer engine which can provide data and knowledge on a number of topics. For example, if you enter the input "mortgage 2000" you can calculate all kinds of estimates on the basis of a number of assumptions, the loan amount, interest paid, etc.

10. Internet Archive

You can use this to see how a website has been looking since 1996. It is a very useful tool for tracing a domain's history and analyzing how it has changed over the years.

So, above are the best search engine for 2019, if you know any other search engine with amazing features, kindly let us know in the comment session.


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