. I took the idea to my old University roommate Ryan and after months of sleepless nights coding and optimizing images we launched Groovle.com.
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) September 5, 2007
With the Beta launch of Groovle.com, individuals now have a "Groovy" option for searching on the Internet. Groovle gives users the ability to customize their Web browser homepage with images that appeal to them.
Similar to the Windows desktop wallpaper, Groovle users can now personalize their Web browser with their favorite images and still get the most relevant search results. Groovle is compatible with all web browsers and search results are powered by Google.
Groovle users can either:
1. Create a personal homepage using their own photos/images of kids, family, friends etc. To do this, users select the file from their computer, upload the image, and the custom homepage is created.
2. Browse the directory of custom homepages and choose from celebrities, sports teams, animals and more!
Jacob Fuller, the creator of Groovle.com commented on the Beta launch: "For the past couple of years I wondered to myself why my homepage was so plain looking and why there wasn't an option available to make it more "alive". I took the idea to my old University roommate Ryan and after months of sleepless nights coding and optimizing images we launched Groovle.com." Jacob went on to say "We are providing a free service that we think is appealing to individuals all over the world and in the coming months we will be adding some pretty cool features."
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