London, UK, June 11, 2012 -- Ortigra.com is the new search engine that allows individuals to search whilst at the same time help target third world poverty amongst children. For every 100,000 Ortigra will sponsor a child in the third world for one year with childrens charity Child Hope. The Charity work with children who have been affected with poverty, HIV and AIDS and insuring that children in the third world have a future. Ortigra aim to help transform the lives of vulnerable children in the third world by allowing the public to change their browsing behaviour.
For the user Ortigra offers many features, it's QuickView feature allows individuals to view up to 10 webpages within one page, 'Real Time' search allows for real time results in the social media. The web results are also filtered to offer family friendly results, thus meaning unwanted explicit results are not part of Ortigra. The search engine is also in development of "oSafe"; a filtering protocol which will allow users to filter results. The oSafe function will allow complete user control to determine search results based upon personal preferences. Users will be able to take advantage of the simple user-interface with the ability to filter internet content through the use of key-words and URLs.
Mitesh Singh, Search Sponsor co-ordinator says Times are hard for many people and many charities
have had donations reduced considerably, Ortigra is targeted at families and individuals who may have once donated to charities but financially are unable to do so anymore and also for individuals who want to do that little bit more, all by just changing their browsing behavior
Within the first year Ortigra aims to sponsor 750 children in the third world with Child Hope, and the company is aiming to give various innovative ways to allow individuals to search the web through various mediums and a mobile app will also be released within the coming weeks. Profiles of children who have been sponsored by Ortigra will be posted every quarterly on the Ortigra website.
Ortigra has been in development for the last 18 months, the company has worked on various technology and has several patents pending. Key advances include semantic dynamic reload function, smart DNS control for education institutions and unique compression tool for indexing search pages. Ortigra first launched in beta on 7th November 2011 with 20,000 active beta users. The company are currently working on a transition in moving the search platform to 100% clean energy servers, which should take effect on the 02/07/2012.
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