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Seekky is a search engine from Spain. It started in 2008 (or earlier) and is owned by Pentasoft. Technically it is a meta search engine. On the results page you can preview the target pages. Seekky is a search portal which offers besides the web search an image, video, news and document search. In the image search the content can be narrowed down according to the image size, the content and the color. The document search allows a restriction to the file type possible.

Language Multilingual

Launched 2008 or earlier
Closed No

Developer Pentasoft

Country of Origin Spain

2008 - [...] Pentasoft

Topic Universal

Region No Limitation

Technical functionalities
Meta search engine
Result page preview

Used SeEn Google Search Engine
MSN Live Search

Older Version Internet Archive / WebCite

»Seekky is your custom search engine. Powered by typology search, is a network of multiple specialized micro-search engines with target-based ranking. You have several tools for your daily tasks like image searching, video playing, news reading, address lookup, translation, mapping, and many other services we are building for you.

With Seekky you can find web results from our micro-search engines set. If the concept you are searching for is not included in our engines set, we search in different sources like Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, etc. with the goal of giving you the best results. All the results can be previewed in the same browser instance with inline windows. You can search for related pages, restricted sites and so on...everything, of course, one-click away.« Source

»Meta search engine that uses Google, Yahoo and Live Search, and is available in a wide range of different languages. Seekky also provides access to other tools: an address locator (locating an address on a map), routing tool (for generating a route on a map from A to B), a translator and other tools.« Source


Critical points

Features & Functionality


Example results page for "sand": Source

References & further Publications

Wikipedia (EN): n.a.
Wikipedia (Others): n.a.

Other Sources

Hamid Hassanpour, Farzaneh Zahmatkesh (2012): An adaptive meta-search engine considering the user’s field of interest URL:
Official Seekky Blog URL:

Created: 2019-02-23
Source: Youtube