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KartOO : The First Interface Mapping Metasearch Engine

KartOO : The First Interface Mapping Metasearch Engine
KartOO ranks among the most powerful search engines. For each query the metasearch engine compiles a comprehensive selection of websites and sorts them by relevancy with the use of proprietary algorithms. KartOO assists users in finding the most appropriate website for a given query without delay. The outstanding quality and relevancy of KartOO’s results page is produced by our semi-automated validation process. Our constant efforts to provide users with the most accurate results are also made possible with the support of a team of editors who check the quality of each website listed in our index. This refines the relevancy between the query and the results page to an unequalled level.

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