I’ve always liked websites that place emphasis on the visuals. With PicClick’s “visual search” you get that and then some.
What PicClick does is aggregate multiple sites content (eBay, Amazon, Etsy, PlentyOfFish, etc.) and presents results in a dead simple way that makes searching for products, recipes, and even a date, easier.
Sure you can already do similar searches in each of the respective sites listed above, but most of those search results are cluttered and wonky. They bog the whole searching process down with lots of text and poor navigation.
What PicClick does well is clear the clutter and gets right to the images. If you’re searching for something specific, like a polo shirt by Penguin, then it’s far better to search with PicClick since you probably know the perfect shirt when you see it.
Probably the best part is that the site let’s you customize how large the images are. Just use the horizontal scroll in the top right of each page to find your own sweet spot. The site also makes use of “infinite scroll” at the bottom of the page. As you get toward the bottom of the page, more results keep loading automatically so you can find what you’re looking for.
I’ve been using PicClick for over a year and I’m sure you’ll see it’s utility. It loads fast and helps you find what you’re looking for faster.