Gather and Research With Complex Search Data Very Easily With Google Squared

Written By Sam on 4 June 2009

Google squared is a new experimental tool released by Google labs which helps the users to find information easily by creating a starter “square” of information, automatically fetching and organizing facts from across the web. When you search for some simple queries on Google, it returns a list of relevant web sites right at the top. But when you want to search for complex data you might have to visit about 20 websites to research and collect the data. But now Google Squared will find the data for you instantly and shows it to you in a well mannered format.


Google Squared is a very useful tool which collects the facts from the web and displays them in an organized manner. For example if you search for “Search Engines“, Google Squared builds a square with rows and columns for different search engines like Google, Yahoo, Lycos, HotBot, Metacrawler, Live Search etc and corresponding facts such as image, description, revenue, employees etc. You can even add other columns like Alexa rank, Author and many more. Google squared searches the web for the type of facts which you would be interested in, extracts them and presents them in an organized and meaningful way.

Google Squared is designed to be conversational, which enables you to respond to the initial result and get a better answer. In Google Squared, you can add rows and columns as you like and Google Squared will automatically fetch data to fill the relevant facts for you. When you remove the rows and columns, Google Squared will get an idea of what you are interested in and it suggests for new rows and columns if needed. If the Google Squared you have gathered is not perfect in the beginning then you can easily work on it to get a better answer in no time. You can save the square once you feel that it is according to your needs. You can try out Google Squared now and make your search easy!

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