Monday, June 2, 2014

Apple WWDC14: Safari DuckDuckGo

Apple builds path to future with WWDC software refresh

Some Apple WWDC14 Keynote highlights included:
  • OS X Yosemite
  • Continuity
  • iOS 8
  • HealthKit
  • HomeKit
  • Swift
Executive Craig Federighi - (a.k.a. "Hairforce One") - also stressed privacy and security features several times.

Per Apple's website, Safari will include a DuckDuckGo option:

Safari: Source: Apple
"Safari now gives you more control over your privacy on the web. You can open one Safari window in Private Browsing mode — which doesn’t save your browsing history — while keeping others in regular browsing mode. So while you do your online banking privately in one window, your browsing history is still being saved while you surf in another. You can also now search the web using DuckDuckGo, a search engine that doesn’t track you."

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