5 Best Private Search Engines.

In the name of Private Browsing, what we all do? We just simply switch to our browser’s Incognito mode and feel that we are safe now and our privacy is maintaining by that browser but search engine like Google does not give that level of Privacy.

There are many good private search engine alternative to Google which provide great privacy to their users. Here is a list of five best private search engine which you can use.

DuckDuckGo


Key features: 
  • It never saves your search history.
  • It allows you to limit your search by region.
  • It has a transparent privacy policy.


DuckDuckGo


DuckDuckGo is the best private search engine known for the privacy feature it provides to its users. Unlike Google, they never track their users on the web. Your browsing history and behavior are not saved to track you later to show ads.
  
DuckDuckGo is the best known of the privacy-focused search engines, but it’s certainly not the only one. Here are some alternatives that are worth trying.

StartPage


Key features:
  • It never collects your personal data.
  • It never saves your search history.
  • It offers Google search results with its privacy process.


StartPage


The popular StartPage claims to be the “world most private search engine”. It pulls its search results from Google, so they’re very accurate, but unlike Google, the service removes all trackers and logs, so it doesn’t record what you’re searching for. 


Qwant


Key features:
  • Your personal information is not shared by a third party.
  • It gives various search filters like news, social media, images, videos.
  • It offers a junior search engine for children.


Qwant Search Engine


Created and based in Europe (Paris, to be exact), Qwant is built for privacy and neutrality. Its results come from its own web crawlers and Microsoft Bing. As well as Qwant Search and Qwant Mobile (the app version for iOS and Android), the company offers Qwant Junior for children aged 6-14.

Search Encrypt


Key features:
  • It offers advanced encryption and security options.
  • It is supported by sponsored ads shown on the search results page.


Search Encrypt


DuckDuckGo stores its search history in your browser, but Search Encrypt believes this could compromise your privacy. Instead, its search engine encrypts your query locally and offers an expiring search history so that 30 minutes later it forgets the results, making them inaccessible.

Gibiru


Key features:
  • It never saves your search data on their servers.
  • It is the best option for those who don’t want to pay for VPN services.


Gibiru


Gibiru claims to be the only anonymous search engine to offer an ‘uncensored’ feature. Run a search, then click the Uncensored link and Gibiru presents you with a different set of results, including pages that have been suppressed (possible for copyright or content reasons) by mainstream search engines. 


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