10 Sites to Compare Google vs Bing Results Side By Side

Saikat Basu 11-10-2009

10 Sites to Compare Google vs Bing Results Side By Side TNail3Thankfully, the web doesn’t make us take sides. We can have the best of every world. With the launch of Bing, we had another search engine to crawl the web with. A few months and millions of searches down the line, Bing has also built up its legion of users (and fans). It’s Google vs Bing now. The former is still The search engine while the latter calls itself a decision engine.


But I would just like to sit on the ropes with all this because I am just an average user”¦more interested in getting the results I seek without getting into the algorithm of it all.

Although as an average user, I can say that both search engines deliver different kinds of results. You must have seen it with your search queries. Different query terms gave me different degrees of relevancy in both search engines.

For instance, using the query “” gave me more pointed results in Google. You can do one of your own and find out.

But there have been results which have come out as more useful for me in Bing as well. It has given me a lot of pleasant vibes with its performance. That just goes to show that we are left to our own choice as far as these two search engines go. I can say that for a lot of us, our sixth sense in the Google vs Bing decision is not exactly working.

Even as the bouts go on, a lot of websites are cropping up around the Google vs Bing preoccupation. They are simple single-function website letting us compare Google and Bing results side by side.


This isn’t a Top to Bottom list but merely a listing of all the addresses that will allow you to do a comparison search of Google vs Bing.

  1. GoogawhoGoogaWhoSide by side searching with this plain Jane tool. Enter the search term and you get the search results from Google and a random search engine. The engines come from Google, Yahoo!, Bing, Ask, InfoSpace, AltaVista, Lycos and Dogpile. Click on any of the names to get the results in the dual pane. The Tabulizer button opens results from all search engines in individual tabs.
  2. Bing & GoogleBing&GoogleSimulataneous dual paned results from both Bing and Google helps you to compare search results easily.
  3. Mixxr MixxrThis search tool covers Google, Yahoo, Bing and Twitter on the same page. The number of frames on the page will depend on the search engines selected.
  4. StringyStringyAlong with the Bing and Google comparer, they have their own “˜version’ of Bing which promises to deliver optimized Bing results.
  5. Search3 (beta)Search3It starts with a nice interface and the premise that three search engines are better than one. The others include – Twitter, eBay and Yahoo. It also allows for browser integration (Firefox, IE7, Google Chrome, Flock, and Opera).
  6. AskBoth (beta)AskBothThe search tool comes with a neat interface and browser integration. AskBoth also gives you search and translate add-ons for supported browsers. Read our previous post on AskBoth.
  7. Bing Vs GoogleBingVS-GoogleWe have covered it before in this post. It gives the same facility and browser integration with Firefox and IE to boot.
  8. BingleBingleBingle gives you a single window (but dual framed) access to both Google and Bing. You can also easily add it to your browser (IE and Firefox) as its default search engine with a single click.
  9. FuriaFuria
    If a webpage can be called as artless, then this is it. Just a search query box and nothing else. Type in your query and the page splits in two to display results from Google and Bing.

In this list we have seen tools that swing from the Web 2.0 look to those that resemble a weekend project done in a jiffy. Does it look like too many cooks for a single broth? But then having options never harmed anybody.

In the end it’s about getting results that are on the button. Using two popular search engines does help to cancel out the inaccuracies of both. Somebody did mention that two heads are better than one.

Which is your preferred search engine among Google and Bing? When it comes to search, do you have the patience to sift through the results from multiple search engines or would you rather use just one?


Related topics: Google, Microsoft, Microsoft Bing, Web Search.

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  1. citizenearth
    January 29, 2010 at 4:32 pm

    Hey, what about BlindSearch? This website compares search results for the top three search engines - Google, Bing and Yahoo. There is one trick though, you need to sort of 'guess' which one result is of which search engine before you see all three search engine results. Fun!


  2. David Lee
    December 10, 2009 at 12:49 am

    If you want to see a comparison in words, there's a WikiVS article that I started.

    On a personal note, I like Bing as my fun search engine and Google as my work search engine.

  3. Eric
    October 14, 2009 at 10:55 am

    Co-creator of here. I wanted to point out the multiple category feature of Bingle that these other mash-ups don't have. Bingle allows you to compare results for web, images, videos, maps, shopping, and news categories of Bing and Google. All the other engines only allow you to search web results, and in some cases photos.

    On top of that, we focus on giving more area to the search results and we do not have a huge top bar taking up space.

    • Saikat
      October 14, 2009 at 2:12 pm

      Hi Eric,
      Thanks for dropping by and for the comment.

  4. Affordable Health Insurance For Individuals
    October 12, 2009 at 1:15 pm

    Somewhere along the line while working chest deep in google muck trying to optimize for google search there was a change. It has gotten the feel of a riff-raff carnival show where evrything is fake and everyone knows it. I'm just so used to it that it feels like home. Apparently the general public isn't all hat sophisticated yet because I'm still making money from adsense and affilate advertising, but when I do a search for information myself I feel as if I need a legitimacy engine to go through the google results. Maybe it's time to try Bing.

  5. ma
    October 12, 2009 at 6:36 am

    I just love google! But the way Microsoft branded Bing. It looks promising...

    I also wrote one article on this topic at

    I just love google! But the way Microsoft branded Bing. It looks promising...

    I also wrote one article on this topic at

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  6. kobayaschi
    October 12, 2009 at 12:53 am


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    • Saikat
      October 12, 2009 at 6:02 am

      Didn't open unfortunately.