Best Google search engine alternatives

If you are using the internet, then you are using Google as well, because it’s the biggest search engine in the world. But what if there are better versions of Google search, that can do the same job as what Google is doing and even give you a better user experience that Google cannot?

1. DuckDuckGo 

It is the most popular privacy search engine available today, it will not store the history of your searches, also will not collect information about your computers, though the search results may be limited compared with Google search.

Image source: Duckduckgo web

2. Ecosia

This search engine also doesn’t track users or sell data to third parties. But most uniquely, it uses its profits from ads and commissions from the search to plant trees around the world. So each search can contribute to tree planting as it was promised.

Image source: Ecosia web

3. Neeva

Sridhar Ramaswamy and Vivek Raghunathan, two ex-Google executives, founded Neeva last year to abandon the giant ad-based business model, and give the search engine a more clean and organized look to improve the user experience. Moreover, it can block tracking and speed up page rendering.

Image source: Neeva web


This search engine uses rows of horizontal panels to show the search results, which never existed before. And most importantly, it values user privacy and will not track users after they’ve left the site.

Image source: web

5. Startpage

It is a Netherlands-based Google search alternative that emphasizes privacy. It will not collect, share, or save any personal information, which means not setting cookies, not storing IP addresses.

Image source: Startpage web


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