Kagi has released a major upgrade to its subscription-based search engine. The search results are good enough for Kagi to be a primary search engine.
The web search results now have improved relevancy, more relevant subpages, and longer search snippets.
Image and video search results have doubled or tripled in quantity and come from more diverse sources.
Kagi’s New Features
New features have been added, including reverse image search, podcast search, and public records search of U.S. court records.
Kagi aims to improve search results by down-ranking sites with excessive ads and trackers.
More details on the upgrade can be found here.
More About Kagi Search
Kagi is a private web search engine. Search results on Kagi emphasize websites that have minimal advertising and tracking.
Kagi allows you to upvote or downvote individual websites If more search customization is needed, you can also create your own groups of sites called “lenses.”
Kagi is a paid service that costs $10 per month. Free accounts are available but are limited to 50 searches per month.
The developer just posted an update on the status of Kagi.