DuckDuckGo has given us a sneak glimpse at their future desktop application. CEO Gabriel Weinberg also looked ahead in a blog post that summarized the company’s year. DuckDuckGo, he claimed, will deliver the app’s privacy features that the firm is known for. You can also count on its mobile app to be quick and easy to use. Stay connected with us and we will help you know everything about the DuckDuckGo dashboard.
It is a great addition. The desktop looks creative and clean. It is really easy to operate. The best thing about the desktop it that it does not lag at all. Moreover the features it offers are great. If you are a follower, then you must use the desktop once.
DuckDuckGo dashboard is a real treat for the eyes
For search, browsing, email, and other services, “robust privacy protection” will be activated by default. Weinberg described the programme as “an ordinary browsing app that respects your privacy,” rather than a “privacy browser.”
User friendly and attractive
DuckDuckGo is constructing the app utilising OS-provided rendering engines rather than projects like Chromium, as it did on mobile. This aided the development team in “stripping away a lot of the needless cruft and clutter that’s collected over the years in major browsers,” according to Weinberg.
DuckDuckGo dashboard looks Cleaner and managed
The DuckDuckGo desktop is cleaner and far more private than Chrome, according to Weinberg, thanks to a simplified interface and the Fire Button (which shuts all tabs and wipes browsing data with a single press). Based on early tests, he claims it’s “much quicker” than Google’s browser – let’s hope it’s also less memory hungry than Chrome. DuckDuckGo did not say when the desktop app will be available.
DuckDuckGo has improved its search and tracker blocking tools in the recent year, according to Weinberg. DuckDuckGo’s mobile version, according to him, is currently the most popular Android browser in key areas. The firm said in July that it would offer a free email forwarding service that would erase tracking pixels from communications.