Instant Web is a browser extension for Google Chrome that enriches the user's browsing experience by providing useful widgets directly from browser tabs. By using Instant Web, users save time on the internet and improve their productivity, resulting in an overall improved experience.
Clicking on our Google Chrome icon at the bottom right of Instant Web will take you to the Chrome web store, where you can uninstall the extension. If you are having trouble doing so, you can find detailed instructions to uninstall extensions on the Chrome browser.
instantweb.org respects the privacy of all those who use the services we provide on this site. We have a simple policy that we will not wilfully disclose any personal information regarding our users without first obtaining their permission, unless required by law. By using our web site, you consent to the collection and use of your information as outlined in this policy and to our Terms and Conditions of Use.
If you have any questions or concerns about the way in which information is collected or used by another site, then you should contact whoever is responsible for that site directly.
What Information does instantweb.org Collect?
instantweb.org does not collect any personal information about you (such as your name or email address) except when you specifically and knowingly provide that information. We do keep a record of the IP addresses from which users access our site. This data is used by us for internal administration, and to analyse the way in which people use our site, so that we can keep improving the services we offer. This data also provides us with anonymous and broad demographic information about those using our site.
Does instantweb.org disclose information to anyone else?
We do not disclose any information about our site users to any 3rd party. For example, we may disclose the total number of “hits” our sites receive, or how often the average user visits our site, or which terms are most often entered in our search engine. Please be aware, however, that we will release specific personal information about you if required by law. We receive and reply to email from users on a regular basis. For record-keeping purposes we retain copies of all incoming and outgoing email. Information in the email we receive or send will not be disclosed to any third party without the permission of the sender, either express or implied, unless required by law.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, comments or would like more information. You can contact the instantweb.org team here. This Privacy Statement is version 1.0, and replaces all previous versions.
Search & Earn with Microsoft Bing
Instant Web enables you to easily use and switch between 4 popular search engines: Google, Bing, Yahoo and DuckDuckGo.
There is no denying that Google is at the top of these four when it comes to search engines today, but this does not mean that you should just ignore the other search engines that are out there.
Yahoo is still used by many users, and DuckDuckGo differs from the competition with its focus on privacy. However, there's only one that really stands out from the others: Bing.
Bing, owned by Microsoft, is the only search engine that gives you high-quality search results and also rewards you with gift cards simply for using it. For this reason, Instant Web uses Bing as a default search engine, as it offers users the most benefits.
In order to get started, you need to have a Microsoft account first. If you don't have one, simply head over to https://signup.live.com/signup to create your free account.
Once done, visit https://account.microsoft.com/rewards. From here, you will be able to see an overview of your Microsoft rewards account, such as earned points, daily streaks, and other options to boost your points balance.
Now, to start earning, all you need to do is to start searching using Bing directly from the Instant Web search bar.
Each time you make a search on Bing, you earn 3 points for a maximum of 30 points per day. You can see how many Microsoft Rewards points you have by checking your point counter next to your account name.
If you don't see it, make sure you are signed in to your Microsoft account.
Points can be used for sweepstakes, redeemed for gift cards, or even donated to charities. To see all the available reward options, visit: https://account.microsoft.com/rewards/redeem