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It’s no secret that most people use Google Search. In fact, it’s such a popular thing to do that “googling” is a verb. However, people are getting a little tired of Google for various reasons. Maybe the search results are a bit too curated or Google isn’t hitting the proper keyword you typed in. Whatever the case, you have options. Google won the search wars, but other search apps with different features exist as well.
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Brave Browser is an excellent all-in-one solution for search apps. It’s a full-featured browser with a bunch of desirable features like ad-block, a pop-up blocker, and HTTPS Everywhere. It also has its own search engine, which is relatively good. The draw is Brave Browser does not track your inquiries or keep track of anything. It has no idea what you previously searched for or clicked on. That, paired with all the browser functionality, makes Brave an excellent search app for this category.
DuckDuckGo is one of the most popular alternatives to Google Search. You can actually set DuckDuckGo as a search engine in Chrome and Firefox if you want to, or just use the full browser version here. The browser version is pretty decent. It uses HTTPS Everywhere, tracker blocking, and you can clear all your tabs and browsing data with a kill button. DuckDuckGo as a search engine is a good option. It doesn’t track anything you…