SOURCE: LeapFish

LeapFish

October 15, 2009 13:27 ET

LeapFish to Make a Splash in Real-Time Search

Silicon Valley Search Startup Plans to Launch Game Changing Real-Time and Multimedia Social Search Engine in the Coming Weeks

PLEASANTON, CA--(Marketwire - October 15, 2009) - LeapFish, a respected pioneer in multimedia search, today announced plans to unveil a new multimedia and real-time search, communication and sharing platform. The vastly evolved search engine will fundamentally enhance the way people both search and share information on the Web today.

In recent months, real-time communication has emerged as a major focus for the world's biggest and most innovative Web companies; from Web and search giants like Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo, to innovators in social media such as Facebook and Twitter. The LeapFish platform will be a new milestone in the consumer Web marketplace.

The near 100 person company announced that the new search platform has been under heavy development in 2009 by its lead engineering team, including developers from Ask.com. Exact details surrounding a feature set or how the new search platform works have not yet been released.

Launching soon, LeapFish will begin presenting previews of its new search platform in late October.

About LeapFish

LeapFish is a new multimedia search engine that captures the variety of the web in a single search platform. LeapFish is founded by Behnam Behrouzi, also cofounder of Reply.com. LeapFish is a privately held corporation headquartered out of CARR America Corporate Center in Pleasanton, California. For more information, visit blog.leapfish.com.