Findx goes mobile – Private search apps for iOS and Android are now available

Findx is now available as a native app for iOS and Android devices: Search and browse the internet in private and be pestered by fewer ads with the built-in advertisement and tracking blocker. The Findx apps are now available in the App Store and Google Play, and you can now take advantage of browsing and … Continue reading Findx goes mobile – Private search apps for iOS and Android are now available

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April roundup: Search engine launch and conference news

Over the past month, we were getting ready for our public launch of the findx beta. The findx public beta is now live, and we’d like to invite you to try it out. You will be supporting an independent European search engine, and findx will keep your searches private – no tracking, no personal data saved – it … Continue reading April roundup: Search engine launch and conference news

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March round-up: Online privacy, search and private browsing

It’s spring, and everything is growing madly in the warmer, sunny weather. And we’ve got a lot done on findx: The redesign of the site and the forum looks great! Keep an eye out for the ‘beta’ label on our logo – we are almost ready for the public beta. May update: findx is now … Continue reading March round-up: Online privacy, search and private browsing

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Is it better to use a private browser than browsing in “incognito” mode?

If you want to start protecting your privacy when you are online and browsing the web, then the solution might be right in front of you: You can start to use a private web browser that defaults to private browsing mode, and has strong, built-in privacy-protecting features.

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What is a Cookie When Not a Coffee Biscuit? 

In the restaurant trade, a cookie is a tempting little biscuit. It costs the barista almost nothing, but makes the customer feel an instant millionaire when delivered with a cup of coffee.  

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Private Browsing – Is It Really in Private?

Illustration: “The Search Giant” © Julie Fisher There is ample evidence that we no longer browse in private on our computers. Advertisements appropriate to our interests appear ‘miraculously’ on social media pages.

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