iSearch provides a detailed internet people search to its users. The application scours public data to produce a number of results. Users can view public record data such as location history, age, property area, neighbors and relatives. iSearch also lists professional data such as job title, work history, colleagues, classmates and educational background. Social networking data is included that covers the user’s screen names, interests, lifestyle data and friends on their contact lists. iSearch brings information from white pages, news articles and blogs as well as email addresses associated with the person being searched for. iSearch takes all the relevant information that is available through multiple online resources and compiles it into one convenient search results page.
iSearch was created to give internet users a better way to search for and find people on the web. The application compiles data from a number of popular resources so the user has it all in one place. The application has also received recognition as a 2009 SIIA Codie finalist.
There are many search engines available on the web. That includes people specific searches. What makes iSearch appealing is the way it covers many resources and brings them all together for the user. Rather than visit each individual resource, the user can check iSearch and find email addresses, social networking profiles, family members, phone book listings, public records, work history and anything else that is available on the web.
The iSearch website uses a very simple, basic design highlighted by the blue iSearch logo. The logo is positioned at the center of the homepage, with a light shadow behind it. Just below, users can find links that allow them to search by specific criteria, such as name, phone number, email address and screen name. Below the links, the user can enter the search criteria before clicking the grey “iSearch” button to the right of the data entry field. The bottom, right hand corner of the homepage includes a row of blue links that help the user find the FAQ page, website policies, iSearch blog and screen name directory.
iSearch offers a helpful service that many users can really appreciate. That being said, it is essentially a specialized search engine. A registration requirement is really not necessary and could deter some users from trying the application. At this time, anyone can use iSearch without logging in. There is no registration option. The user only needs to visit the homepage and fill out the search form with their selected criteria. iSearch shows the user all the results and does not require an account to perform multiple searches.
iSearch does not require a log in nor does it require a fee from its visitors. Anyone can use iSearch for free. There are no subscriptions or any other costs associated with the site. The user only needs to provide the search criteria they wish to use to begin.
iSearch.com is a tool for anyone who is looking for someone else. Individuals can use iSearch to find friends and family while professionals may be able to research colleagues or potential employees. There are better people search engines available.