(1888PressRelease) September 06, 2010 - Florida -- Bavoo search engine has been developed for a single purpose, to search through the thousands of applications built for the iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch platform. The portal currently lists close to 200,000 applications in its ever growing database and allows users to browse them based on popularity, price and other criteria.
“Not everyone finds the iTunes store easy to use and unless the user knows the application they need by name finding the right one can be a nightmare. This was exactly the reason why we developed Bavoo.com, to solve problems and give users exactly what they are looking for.” reveals a spokesperson from the newly launched portal. The search engine is a lot easier to use and users will find plenty of useful applications to download that they wouldn’t have otherwise come across.
The search engine is updated daily, making sure that any price changes or version updates to applications are reflected immediately. It offers users powerful search filters that allow them to find and sort applications based on price, time, device, category, rating and much more. This ensures that people can find what they want, when they want, seamlessly.
The editors & staff pick the best applications in terms of popularity, price, ratings and reviews, which are then featured on the website so users get the best deals. The engine automatically highlights applications that have gone from paid to free or have special discounts. Applications can also be browsed by categories so users can browse and try out applications without having to know what they are looking for.
The Bavoo search engine can be accessed by simply visiting http://www.bavoo.com and is a refreshing new way for users to find applications for their iPhone/iPad/iPod touch devices. It gives fast, accurate results and the user won’t need iTunes till they actually decide to download the application of their choice. This is a must try for any iPhone/iPad/iPod touch owner who want new applications for their devices or are having trouble finding exactly what they need via the iTunes store.
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