AlltheInternet search engine is a fairly straightforward multi search engine. The home page reminds me of what Yahoo! looked like about a decade or so ago, in that it's broken up into tile type elements, covering popular sites, check your email, games, social, news and so on. It's got a real old style 'portal' feel to it, but it's very US biased, so links to eBay, Craigslist and so on are pointless for those of us in the rest of the world. Also, it's not possible to change any of them, so you're stuck with what someone else has decided is important to you.
However, that said, it's not a bad search engine. You can run your search and have 13 options to choose from, such as Google, Bing, Amazon, Dictionary and so on (though there's still that irritating American bias with Target and Walmart). A search opens up a new tab, and depending on the search that you have chosen, you may well go straight to Google image results and so on. It has a nice advanced search function - which of course isn't advanced at all, it simply lays out the options for search in an easy to understand approach.
In summary, it's ok, with a strong American bias, and while it does what it does reasonably well, I'd like to see far more by way of innovation before really being able to recommend it.