This post is part of a blog series on "Why I like LeapFish". It is also an entry into the LeapFish $100,000 Cash Dash contest, which you can signup for here.
In this post, I'll be discussing the LeapFish "News search" feature. LeapFish contains search options from many different search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing, Topsy, YouTube) and it also contains options for specific search types. So, if you're interested in just finding information about the latest news, the last information for a given keyword or topic, you can simply click on the "News" link at the top of LeapFish.com, which takes you over to http://news.leapfish.com.
This news search feature will only return results for current/new articles and news items on the web. This can help you keep up to date with the most recent, relevant information, without worrying about getting results for pages that may contain out-dated, stale or no longer accurate information.
The news feature appears to be powered by Google News search, as the results that show up in a LeapFish news search say "via Google" underneath each result. I find this to be a good thing, as the Google News search has always worked very well for me and I've used it as a resource on many occasions.
So if you're looking for a search engine/search provider that will provide the latest, up to date news for a given term, http://news.leapfish.com is definitely worth a look.