I just received an email from Jakov today to say that Quintura for Kids has been launched. I’ve had a quick play with it, and it’s pretty impressive. Here’s what their press release has to say:
Designed specifically for kids, this new experience demonstrates Quintura???s continued commitment to change the way people search and find information on the Web. Based on the same cutting edge Neural Network technology used on Quintura.com, Quintura for Kids utilizes the Quintura cloud, which allows kids to find what they are looking for faster and easier than ever before.
Quintura for Kids brings a unique experience to an increasingly important group of Internet users. The intuitive nature of the cloud allows kids to develop and refine their search by clicking on key words that appear in the cloud. The interface also allows for relevant searches around a set of rotating icons on the site.
???We are striving to bring our users a new search experience. It is visual and intuitive.??? ??? said Yakov Sadchikov, co-founder and CEO of Quintura. ???We wish everyone Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year!???
Try Quintura for Kids out for yourself at http://kids.quintura.com
Quintura (www.quintura.com) operates the See & Find?? visual find engine. Quintura, Inc. is a U.S. corporation with offices in Alexandria, Virginia, and software development operations in the Moscow region of Russia. In the near future, Quintura plans to offer blog and web publishers an affiliate program to create and display the Quintura clouds for their web-sites and related search themes. Quintura was named as one of the world’s hottest startups in the August issue of Business 2.0 magazine.
For more information, please visit www.quintura.com