“The top search engines are all either owned by Apple’s direct competitors, or are failing to keep up with innovations from Google and to a lesser extent, Microsoft,” Protalinski writes. “Apple needs a search engine that respects user privacy, is already familiar with the company’s products, and can help the company take on the likes of Google Now and Cortana.”
Protalinski writes, “Thankfully, a search engine that just happens to be the perfect fit for Apple already exists: DuckDuckGo.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Plus, it has a stupid name that just begs to be changed to “Apple Search.” It’s perfect for Apple!
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