Nintag is a search engine utility that focuses on African contents. Accessible on multiple device types, Nintag’s goal is to serve Nigerians and Africans, and give them relevant yet simpler search results. Nintag is trying to make search results more useful to Africans.
The partnership allows registered LAGbook members to easily use Nintag to search for people if the traditional LAGbook ‘people’ search is not yielding the results they want.
Speaking about the partnership Chika Nwaogu, Co-founder of LAGbook, “Our partnership with Nintag is a no brainer. To me, Nintag is Africa’s answer to Google. Nintag tries to narrow all search queries it receives to African-related results and I think it’s what any African internet user searching for useful information on the Internet needs”.
“We have been developing Nintag and optimising our search results to meet the direct needs of Africans. We have launched a beta test in the past, and to our knowledge, it was a success. Some improvements and updates are still going to be made but at the moment Nintag is capable to serve the African market”, says Justice Adeyinka Adeyemo, Co-founder of Nintag.
“This we believe will improve our search efficiency by over 70%. It’s simple. Many of our nearly one million registered users use our search box utility every minute. Unfortunately, our search utility before now was just a ‘people’ search. We only returned results of related LAGbook registered users, so Nintag’s search extends the possibility of our search utility to search the world wide web. If you cannot find it on LAGbook, try Nintag. That’s the global idea behind this partnership,” says Chidi Nwaogu, Co-founder at LAGbook.