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Chugg Announces Spruse.com Redesign and New Features
Amar Chugg, founder of the Spruse search engine, has announced the addition of several new features to enhance the online experience for its users. The site has undergone a redesign for a sleeker, more sophisticated look.
The Spruse search engine has been steadily gaining in popularity since its launch and Chugg is consistently adding new functionality, enabling users to do more and obtain more enjoyment from the experience. The site’s redesign presents users with a bright, eye-catching page that’s visually appealing and offers important news of the day. Users can choose their own theme from the site’s options to customize their viewing.
Social bookmarking is now available at http://tally.spruse.com and the site integrates a variety of social networking platforms. Internet users can find news and tweets on every type of search, from images and videos to Facebook and YouTube. Users can easily upload and share photos with family, friends and colleagues at http://photos.spruse.com.
Spruse also provides users with more advanced results for their searches. A test assisting module provides a panel for quicker searching by simply double clicking a word or selecting a phrase which allows users to locate information that is more specific to their searches for better accuracy.
The site offers users a menu of stories from which to choose, including sports, tech, top stories and world news. Trending images, news and searches are provided to aid users in keeping abreast of the information that affects their lifestyle, fashion and funds. Secondary topics that other Internet users are investigating are also provided. A comprehensive array of information from around the world can be accessed quickly and easily.
The features that users have grown to enjoy and expect are still available, including the ability to search the top 100 trusted websites for the information they need. Chugg provides users with the means to add the search engine’s capabilities to their own websites, which assists users in obtaining higher rankings within Spruse searches. The search engine’s “Tally It” feature provides users with the ability to vote on the importance of recent stories.
Spruse offers Internet users a friendly and visually attractive venue from which to begin their quest for information. Users can quickly conduct searches, explore social media platforms, post photos and include the search engine on their own webpages. Spruse is comprised of a community of users who actively work to make it the premier search engine. Its founder welcomes suggestions, with the goal of making the search engine the best resource available.
For more information, visit the website at http://www.spruse.com.