Improvements & Bug Fixes
The popular privacy-focused browser app DuckDuckGo has just released an update that promises to make the browsing experience even more secure and private. The update includes several bug fixes, performance enhancements, and new features.
One of the biggest changes is the introduction of a new version of the DuckDuckGo Privacy Protection. This feature helps protect users’ personal data by blocking tracking scripts and cookies, and automatically deleting all browsing data after each session. The new version adds additional layers of protection, such as disabling third-party data collection and preventing cross-site tracking.
The update also brings a new look to the app. The interface has been redesigned with larger icons, a new sidebar with quick access to settings, and a customizable home page. It also features a new dark mode that makes it easier to read web pages in low light conditions.
Other changes include improved support for WebRTC, a protocol that enables real-time communication over the web, and a more streamlined autofill feature for quickly filling out forms. The update also adds support for a wider range of search engines and social networks, such as Google, Bing, Twitter, and Facebook.
Finally, the update includes several bug fixes and performance improvements, such as improved memory management and faster page loading times. It also adds support for the latest versions of Android, iOS, and Windows.
With this update, DuckDuckGo has taken a big step towards providing a more secure and private browsing experience. The new features, bug fixes, and performance enhancements make it one of the best browsers available for those looking to keep their data private and secure.