OneRiot announced recently that it would include the posts that descend from the popular social networking website in its search results. This would suggest that the search engine would implant over 500 million updates that take place from users of the vast social networking site. The real-time internet search engine has more than hundred real-time applications under its prestigious network platform, which it has announced to share with Facebook. The most interesting and advantageous aspect of this dialogue is  that the applications that the internet search engine uses is not only web-based but also includes those that can be accessed in mobile devices.

OneRiot has been an ever-growing tree swollen with fruits that it keeps dropping for its users. It has been expanding its resources for the benefit of the users. Apparently, it has struck partnerships with various popular websites, namely, Digg, Twitter and thousands of others spread over the internet. Having struck a deal with Facebook, the internet search engine has got itself more and better opportunities than ever before because of the huge population of Facebook users, which comes to a quantitative figure of 500 million.

The data that would take a count on the search results would include updates by users on Face book, links posted on users account as well as articles that were publicly liked by the users from all over the internet. This new development is supposed to yield positive results as it would give the users a wide range of choices and would enable them to perform research even when using Facebook. It is also estimated to be advantageous for application developers. The search results would give them an idea of what is happening over the internet. This way, the application developers are bound to stay abreast and get them easily hooked up with what the Facebook users are at present buzzing about.

The accession of Facebook shares is of utmost importance for the OneRiot API. According to OneRiot, offering the application developers with the best real-time search experience is only possible if they are exposed to best understand the happenings around the global network and what the social web is concerned about at the moment. The updates by users and likes are bound to give the developers an idea about what they are.

Facebook has also been getting in close connections with several web search engines to be able to provide real-time results on their search result pages as well. It has been expanding its resources for the benefit of the users. Apparently, it has struck partnerships with various popular websites, namely, Digg, Twitter and thousands of others spread over the internet.Some of the search engines that have acquired the services of Facebook in their web pages or SERP business include Bing and Google. The real-time internet search engine has more than hundred real-time applications under its prestigious network platform, which it has announced to share with Facebook.