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Google Chrome Now supports DuckDuckGo As a search engine optionByNitish Singh-March 13 2019.843 Google Chrome has revised its per-market-based list of default search engines, including the most popular search engines. Pro-privacy search engine DuckDuckGo and other privacy-focused search engines like Qwant have been introduced to Chrome. The Chrome modifications have been made to Chromium project v73. A recent update to the Chromium platform has seen the introduction of DuckDuckGo to Google Chrome’s list of default search engines in more than 60 markets. The update had been rolled out as part of the stable release of Chromium v73. According to Google’s software engineer Orin Jaworski the list of search engines is being revised based on the usage statistics recently obtained. With DuckDuckGo’s pro-privacy search engine becoming extremely popular among users concerned with online privacy, it has been added to Google Chrome. DuckDuckGo was not usable in any way before the update. The Uk Us India Canada and Australia are just a few of the countries that are now included in the search engine. DuckDuckGo is set to grow bigger due to unethical practices outside the investment. The company has not released an official statement on Chrome’s timing of those improvements.