Contact DuckDuckGo Privacy Browser

Contact DuckDuckGo Privacy Browser

Published by on 2021-06-14

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  • By davidrherron
    3

    Good, could use more features

    I want to start off by saying this browser is the best single browser I’ve found for the iPad. The bar at the top with buttons and the search bar doesn’t take up a lot of space, and the desktop mode always works well, unlike with Safari. The browser looks nice and is quick. There are two features I feel that are missing, one necessity and one nice to have. First - the reason this review doesn’t have 4 stars - I cant set DuckDuckGo as the default for opening hyperlinks on my iPad. When I click a link in my email and a box shows up it only gives me the choice of safari or chrome, and I don’t even have chrome installed. If and when DuckDuckGo can be set as a default for this, I will update this review to 4 stars gladly. Aside from that, the only feature I feel this browser is missing from pushing it to perfection is some easy gesture based system of switching tabs. The button in the bottom right hand corner is fine and logical, but some more touch friendly and quicker way to switch tabs would make this browser much better. That’s it. If it gets those two features it would be perfect and I would update this review to 5 stars.






  • By Alice Valkyrie
    3

    Good, with a potentially serious issue

    I like that this browser lets you clear your cache and doesn’t take up much space on my phone. I wish it was better at blocking ads though. I’ve used this browser on my Mac for years b/c I trust it far more than I trust Google to not sell my search history to advertisers. However, due to a possible bug-the app version of this browser isn’t as private as it should be. I can clear my cache and completely close the app-but I don’t think it completely deletes my search history. Why do I say this? Because I can open the app (after having cleared the cache and closed it) and often, if I leave it open and go to another app before returning to it, a YT vid or a webpage I visited before I cleared my cache will appear for a brief second before disappearing. While it doesn’t bother me beyond the fact that I worry some of my data is being saved (which I don’t want)-this could be a major issue for some people if they were truly using this app to have a 100% untraceable search history.



  • By yodelingpuppet
    4

    Better than Google!

    Ok, that’s subjective. There’s pros and cons to each search engine; the major drawback of Google, for me anyway, is that everything is tracked everywhere. They’re constantly collecting information about you and building a profile on you. I’m not paranoid about privacy or anything, but keep in mind, Google isn’t your product, you’re their product, and you’re sold to advertisers. I already use Facebook and Twitter so I’m still tracked, but cutting Google out of that equation gives me a bit of peace of mind. As consumers, we should not be okay with constantly being tracked... do your self a favor and replace Google with DuckDuckGo. The only feedback I have for the devs is to make the keyboard pop up as the app is opened. Why click inside the search bar to bring up the keyboard? The whole reason for opening the app is to start typing something, and therefore the keyboard should already be present. If you must insist on keeping it the way it is, at the least, you can place the search bar in the center so it then becomes a one-handed operation. That’s my only minor complaint.




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Reported Issues: 5 Comments

By Lucy Gottlieb
Aug 29 2021

I noticed that when I first signed up with DDGo a little guy came out and told me that google tried to follow me. Now when I come on line there's a post from google to make chrome my default option with no option but to select them. Of course I hit the back up bar. I actually hate google. If I could I'd remove them. What recommendations do you have to assure my security throughout my usage?



By P Bell
Aug 10 2021

I know that Duck Duck Go was once a Google product. I would have far more confidence in DDGo if it stopped always promoting Google. Why doesn't it promote other less intrusive products? Why always Google? How do we know that DDGo is not a Google-owned product and a front or a mere pretence of better security? There is no way to find out, either. If you try using Third Party software the OS just disables the functions which might otherwise reveal anything of importance. Users are completely in the hands of ALL Technocrats. I prefer to call them Techie Warlords. There is nothing we can control if an App, such as DDGo, does not wish us to control it, despite what the UI, (User Interface) might be reassuringly telling us, for we cannot control what is going on in the background and it can be the opposite to that which is being reassured.

The Internet needs to be properly regulated. Apps need to be properly and forensically tested regularly by an accredited Authority and back-engineered to check their claims. How can Duck Duck Go reassure us that it is not just another digital denizen in lock step with the Silicon Valley Agenda?



By P Bell
Aug 10 2021

I know that Duck Duck Go was once a Google product. I would have far more confidence in DDGo if it stopped always promoting Google. Why doesn't it promote other less intrusive products? Why always Google? How do we know that DDGo is not still owned by Google and a front or a pretence of better security? There is no way to find out, either. If you try using Third Party software the OS just disables the functions which might otherwise reveal anything of importance. Users are completely in the hands of ALL Technocrats. I prefer to call them Techie Warlords. There is nothing we can control if an App, such as DDGo, does not wish us to control it, despite what the UI, (User Interface) might be reassuringly telling us, for we cannot control what is going on in the background and it can be the opposite to that which is being reassured.

The Internet needs to be properly regulated. Apps need to be properly and forensically tested regularly by an accredited Authority and back-engineered to check their claims. They are all back-engineered by Windows, but not for a good purpose, but rather for nefarious purposes - to disable functions, such as in our Anti-Virus software where it has a cleaning feature, designed to block intrusive behaviour, but which the OS can completely disable, while the UI simply APPEARS to be going through the motions of doing its job. I have had this repeated experience with all worthwhile Apps, in my fight to find protection. My OS injects Registry files which disable effective functioning to clean up Windows has done so to the following software on PC:

Avast,
Avira,
Glary Soft,
CCleaner
IOBit Malware Fighter
IOBit Uninstaller

All of these have PC maintenance features, very worthy features, the reason MS back-engineers these features or even injects its own unins000 file to uninstall the very feature to remove its intrusions. The UI still works, still appears to be doing its job, but when you check the database, none of the bloatware files and MS Junk has really been removed although the UI says it has been. The more I run these maintenance utilities, the more disk space is being used up, as Windows recreates and replaces the files in the folders that these utilities may successfully remove, meanwhile the original files still remain somewhere else on the system, not really deleted at all.

In actual reality, It is a sure way to fill up your disk in no time flat, so with all of this going on how can Duck Duck Go re=assure us that it is any different?

In a battle with the OS I watched Windows recreate file, after file, after file after file. Just to see how far it would go, I kept deleting - shredding the files as it replaced them. It used up 50 gig in 20 minutes on my hard-drive in doing so and wrote log, after log, after log. Reading them is very revealing - it creates file after file to block their functions. The more the use them, the smarter its AI machine learning bots become at blocking these functions and making the UI appear to be working smoothly.

So, in the wash up, as users, we are at the mercy of the Silicon Valley Technocrats, the Techie Warlords, who delight in beating up our security software. We have no guarantees whatsoever whilst ever Windows is in charge. I believe both Windows and Google need to be forensically investigated and we need a completely new Internet, built by reputable people and not governed AND controlled by Intelligence Agencies.



By Martin Cole
Jul 27 2021

I have settings in Microsoft Edge permitting it to recognize and look up words in merriam-webster.com. Duckduckgo doesn't do that. What can I do?



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