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DuckDuckGo Working on Enhanced Privacy-Focused Browser for Mac Client

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DuckDuckGo Browser

The popular privacy-focused web browser DuckDuckGo is currently working on a standalone desktop browser for Mac, the browser owners stated today in a year-end wrap-up piece.

DuckDuckGo already has a browser option for mobile devices, and when it comes, the desktop browser will provide a similar experience.

The DuckDuckGo desktop browser will include “strong privacy protection” that operates by default, without forcing users to modify privacy settings or deal with multiple degrees of privacy protection.

According to DuckDuckGo, the app will “redefine user expectations of everyday online privacy,” and it will function across search, browsing, email, and other platforms. The program is said to be cleaner, more private, and quicker than Chrome.

According to DuckDuckGo, the app will “reshape user expectations of everyday online privacy,” and it will function across search, browsing, email, and other services. The software is said to be more private, cleaner, and quicker than Chrome.

DuckDuckGo for desktop is based on OS-provided rendering engines, similar to how the DuckDuckGo mobile applications function, and it will not employ a Chromium derivative, as other browser options do.

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The desktop browser is currently under closed beta testing for the Mac, with a PC version planned in the future. There’s no news on a release date yet, but DuckDuckGo is looking for beta testers.

DuckDuckGo for desktop is being constructed using OS-provided rendering engines, similar to how the DuckDuckGo mobile applications function, and it will not employ a Chromium derivative like other browsers.

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