Quickly search the web with a single query across multiple search engines all at once, and compare the results side-by-side in one view without having to switch tabs.
Parallel Search lets you type in your query once and search it across multiple search engines in parallel, and displays the results in a grid of frames obtained from different search engines all at once. The grid can consist of columns and rows, the number of which you can control from the toolbar. You can then view the initial search results in this grid of split browser frames. After that, you can keep browsing in the application's simple browser, or open the links in your favorite web browser.
You can use the pre-defined list of search engines such as Google, Bing, Duck Duck Go, Ecosa, Yahoo and Yandex, exclude or remove unwanted ones and even add your own such as Reddit.
You can also use it to simply browse multiple websites in one window in a grid of columns, rows or both.
Updated on Nov 02 2022