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DuckDuckGo Launches Beta of New Browser for Mac

DuckDuckGo Launches Beta of New Browser for Mac

Posted April 12, 2022 at 3:01pm by iClarified · 2576 views
DuckDuckGo has launched a beta of its new web browser for Mac.

Today we’re excited to announce the beta launch of DuckDuckGo for Mac, with DuckDuckGo for Windows coming soon. Like our mobile app, DuckDuckGo for Mac is an all-in-one privacy solution for everyday browsing with no complicated settings, just a seamless private experience. Plus, we’re excited to share some new features we think you’ll love.

DuckDuckGo Launches Beta of New Browser for Mac

Introducing DuckDuckGo for Mac


Using an app designed to protect your privacy by default not only reduces invasive tracking, it also speeds up browsing and eliminates many everyday annoyances like cookie consent pop-ups.

Here’s what you need to know:


● DuckDuckGo for Mac gives you privacy by default. With one download you get our built-in private search engine, powerful tracker blocker, *new* cookie pop-up protection on approximately 50% of sites (with that % growing significantly throughout beta), Fire Button (one-click data clearing), email protection and more – all for free. No complicated privacy settings, just simple privacy protection that works by default.

● DuckDuckGo for Mac is really fast! By using your computer’s built-in website rendering engine (the same one Safari uses), and by blocking trackers before they load (unlike all the major browsers), you’ll get really fast browsing. We’re already faster than Chrome on some graphics performance (using the Motion Mark 1.2. benchmark) and as an additional benefit, by blocking trackers, DuckDuckGo uses about 60% less data than Chrome!

● DuckDuckGo for Mac is built for security. Our built-in Smarter Encryption ensures you navigate to the encrypted (HTTPS) version of a website more often, and our tracker blocking means less exposure to third-party scripts that could try to access your data. And we design our product so that in-app data, like history, bookmarks, and passwords, by default are only stored locally on your device and aren’t accessible to DuckDuckGo.

The company says DuckDuckGo for Mac isn't just a replacement for Incognito Mode (which isn't private). Rather, the browser is designed to be used as your everyday browser with features like password management, tab management, bookmarks, and more.

To try out the new browser, you need to join the waitlist using the DuckDuckGo mobile web browser.

Here’s how you can join the private waitlist:


Download the DuckDuckGo mobile app (or update to the latest version)
● Open Settings > DuckDuckGo for Desktop (in the Privacy section).
● Click “Join the Private Waitlist.”
● When you’re granted an invite code, you’ll get a notification from the app. The notification will take you to an invite code and a link to the download page to be opened on your desktop/laptop.

More details at the link below...

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DuckDuckGo Launches Beta of New Browser for Mac

DuckDuckGo Launches Beta of New Browser for Mac
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