Apple Search To Attack Google

Posted: Feb 4 2015, 2:02pm CST | by , Updated: Feb 10 2015, 7:37pm CST, in News | Apple

 
Apple Search to attack Google

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Apple posts job offer for Apple Search.

Google is losing market share in the United States and this is the perfect timing for a rumor about Apple Search. If Apple wanted to keep Apple Search secret they would not have posted a job offer for the Apple Search project.

Apple is looking for an Engineering Project Manager for Apple Search. Apple Search is a search platform supporting hundreds of millions of users. It is not ending there. Apple says in the job post: Apple Search is revolutionizing how people use their computers and mobile devices. Apple Search is groundbreaking technology and the most scalable big-data systems in existence.

See the Job offer for Apple Search here, spotted by CultofMac.

So will they go out and do a full on attack on Google? Maybe, but it also could just mean Search in other areas like Spotlight or in connection with Siri.

I would like to see an Apple Search. Apple could grab significant market share away from Google because of its install base of iPhones, iPads and Macs.

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