Pagebull is a visual search engine that is based on a simple idea: instead of numerous links provided as search engine results, the service returns thumbnails of the websites that match your query, helping you find a certain page easier. Every screenshot highlights the keywords entered by the users and can be configured to multiple sizes.
Pagebull's sophisticated search process gives you actual screenshots of the search results. Most search engines simply list the site. You have to click on them to find that the site is not quite what you wanted. With Pagebull, you can see the front page, allowing you to sort out the most helpful pages for you. And Pagebull helps you to avoid harmful content, so you can surf the Internet more securely.
Although the idea is quite interesting, the search engine is not so useful as Google's technology because it doesn't allow users to perform fast searches and find information quickly. In the FAQ published on the official page of the product, the developers sustain you must own a powerful Internet connection because the results might be loaded very slow so I guess it is not quite a well-developed solution.