Neeva, a Google competitor, has announced the unexpected shutdown of its revolutionary search engine.
The company, co-founded by former Google executives Sridhar Ramaswamy and Vivek Raghunathan, aimed to challenge Google’s dominance by offering a user-centric and ad-free search experience. However, despite initial hype and promising prospects, the search engine failed to gain the traction needed to compete in the cutthroat search market.
Neeva’s co-founders remain optimistic about the future and plan to shift their focus toward building new products and exploring different avenues within the tech industry. Until then, Google’s dominance remains unchallenged, and users will continue to rely on its search engine for their online queries.