Omnia Search as a separate application does not requires account registration to search for things but it's suggested to create account to save your search history and maintain your profile. As per Omnia for business, it is required to have an account to use and it is free to join Omnia.
Omnia never shares personal information of an individual including name, phone number and location.
Accounts with no claimed businesses are self verified by users but accounts with listed businesses are verified by on site and phone verification.
No, both applications are free to download, sign up and use.
Haridwar is the only city for now, as Omnia being in it's beta test phase. You can also submit a request for free, if you want Omnia in your city.
Businesses submitted by bots and Omnia users remain unclaimed until the actual owner claims the business by clicking "Claim Business" button, from Omnia Search. Then he/she have to go through a short verification process, afterwards claimed business/store ownership will be transferred to actual owner.
Currently, Grocery (packed items) and Medical Drugs (packed items) businesses are allowed to add their products on Omnia. Also, other business owners can create account and add their businesses but not products, or they can submit a request regarding their business type.
Virtual business is an option for people who don't have any physical presence in the market but are able to sell products from any dynamic location. They can start their business in a virtual space and can start selling instantly with Omnia.
Omnia doesn't works as a third party hanging in between sellers and buyers, so no money is exchanged virtually.
No, Omnia is a simple search engine to find locally available things.