DuckDuckGo has announced a desktop browser for Mac and Windows

The DuckDuckGo platform, whose strategy is focused on user privacy, has announced its desktop browser, which will allow users to search without installing cookies on Apple devices. The browser will be faster than Chrome.

Testing for Mac in progress

The company plans to launch its own search engine for macOS laptops and desktops. For now, DuckDuckGo builds its image respecting the privacy of users, so it does not plan to collect information, install cookies and track codes on devices. DuckDuckGo claims it can block even “hidden trackers” before they load.

The browser is available at pages for download for mobile devices. The browser is based on the principle of rendering mechanisms provided by the OS, similar to the way the DuckDuckGo application works. Desktop browser a Mac is currently being tested, and a Windows version is planned for the future. The company is currently looking for Beta saws.

Source: computerworld


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