Helioid is a KillerStartup

Sunday, September 04, 2011

On August 30th KillerStartups reviewed Helioid, here is part of what they had to say:

While nobody in his right mind would think this new search engine would pose a threat to giants such as Google or Bing, there's no denying it has come into the fold with some new ideas. And that's always something worthy of a round of applause, and more than its fair share of respect.
Read more at KillerStartups.

Helioid reviewed on Wwwhat's New

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Yesterday, on August 29th, Helioid was reviewed by Juan Diego Polo on Wwwhat's New. Juan gives an example of Helioid's usefulness when searching for cities:

"When searching for cities, for example, we see categories for hotels, guides, events, trips.."

Gracias por sus comentarios. Hemos sido trabajando para mejorar el sistema de clasificati├│n y eliminar las extra├▒as palabras de las categorias.

Helioid Reviewed on TechWeb.com.cn and Winmani

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

On August 4th of last week TechWeb.com.cn released a review of Helioid in Chinese (English translation). Here's a quote from the translation edited for grammar:

What is unique about it? Compared with conventional search engines, Helioid places search results on the left column with filtering options, users can choose which filter option, or simply show only some of the options. Provides fast and efficient search results. Support for Chinese search.
 

Below is the screen shot included in the TechWeb.com.cn article:

A day earlier, on August 3rd, Winmani also released a review of Helioid in Tamil (English translation). The translation quality is poor, so we've chosen what sounds like a complementary koan:

Search results are quickly and wisely.
 

If there's anyone who is able to help us out with a better Tamil to English translation we would be much obliged. Here's the screen shot included in the Winmani article:

Helioid Reviewed on MakeUseOf

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Review site for cool new web services, MakeUseOf, has published a review of our very own Helioid! From the article, "Helioid is a new entrant in the Google-dominated search engine space that wants to help you refine your search results by checking the categories it comes up with when you search for a query. I searched for iPhone, and the categories that came up were Apps, iPad, Apple iPhone, Cases, etc, which are obviously all relevant." We all appreciate the exposure and eagerly look forward to feedback from MakeUseOf users.