Setooz: a new search engine for the local languages

Setooz, developed by an Indian company, is a new search engine that focuses on non-English languages and the specific problems related to those languages. It aims to produce a more intelligent search where different morphological variations of keywords and their spelling forms are taken into account in order to improve the quality of the search in local languages.

Setooz can currently search web pages written in Bulgarian, Greek, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Hungarian, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak, Finnish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian. Apparently, more languages will be added soon. In order to index pages, Setooz uses a specific web crawler that analyses only non-English resources on the Internet.


One Response to “Setooz: a new search engine for the local languages”
  1. Usenext says:

    Damn, that sound’s so easy if you think about it.

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