Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey as of late revealed that he quit using Google and moved his opponent DuckDuckGo.
In a Twitter post, the CEO announced love for DuckDuckGo and professed to have made it his default engine.
“I love DuckDuckGo,” Dorsey tweeted. “My default internet searcher for quite a while. The app is very better!”
DuckDuckGo answered: “It’s great to hear Jack! Glad to have you on the Duck side.”
In contrast to Google, DuckDuckGo won’t profile its USER by collecting research information. This implies it doesn’t offer focused on advertisements or customized search results.
A recent study commissioned by DuckDuckGo found that smartphone users would be much more likely to choose Google’s alternatives if they were offered a search preferences menu when they opened their Internet browser.
Launched in 2008, DuckDuckGo’s web index is a long way behind the US web index monster Google, with a normal number of searches every day of about 50 million, while Google forms over 3.5 billion questions research per day.