Best Search Engines for iOS and Android Applications

iOS and Android are the top two mobile operating systems. iOS owned by Apple Inc and Android owned by Google Inc. There are million application available on there App store itself. Especially Android has a lot of applications and it is an open source platform too. You can find applications for these in official Android and Iphone market site. And also i find that there is an option to find applications through Search Engines like Chomp, Quixey and Mimvi.

Search Engines for iOS and Android Applications

1. Chomp

Chomp is an app search engine company founded by Ben Keighran and Cathy Edwards in 2009. The company is based in San Francisco and has received $2.5 million in funding. Chomp’s app search engine is available in a Chomp app or as an integrated search box in partners’ websites or other content. Chomp’s propriety algorithm allows users to search for apps based on what apps do, not just by what they are called. Users can search for apps across multiple platforms, including iOS and Android. The Chomp app can also download from the iTunes store and Android market.



2. Quixey

Quixey was founded in 2009 to solve a problem - millions of apps were being created, but there was no simple way to find them. App discovery was limited to categories, top ten lists, directories and basic keyword search. Quixey was created to help people easily find apps simply by describing what they want to do.



3. Mimvi Inc

Mimvi Inc. is a search and recommendation engine for mobile web sites and native mobile applications for Apple iOS, Google Android, RIM BlackBerry, and Nokia Ovi phones. It was founded in 2010 by SeeqPod founder, Kasian Franks. Mimvi is a publicly traded company.



And, finally i requested you that - if you know any of the search engines or an app like these, please comment below for our readers.
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