Gada is simply a meta-search tool, but the presentation is designed for easy mobile use.
It searches heaps of engines, including blogs, and social bookmark services.
There is also a drop-down category box, I think the “social” category may limit the search to social bookmark services…so an aspect of it is a meta-tag engine…see others.
It’s great to see a meta-search tool that incorporates services from different types of engines: general web, news, blogs, social bookmarks, etc…
Since it is mobile friendly you can search by adding to the URL, just add your term before the gada part in the URL followed by a “.”
Search box: “social bookmarks”
URL string: just separate the terms with a “.”
Search box: rss conversation
URL string: just separate the terms with a “-”
At the moment it lacks a spliced feed, need to go to each service.
Just add /opml at the end of a URL
This is even at the category level, if I search for the term “bloglines” in the social category the end of the URL has an “o” denoting the “social” category
…just add /opml to the end of this URL and you have a category level OPML.
See more at the about page.