The latest updates about Findx features, updates and info about the journey to build an independent European search engine.
Press Release A small Danish IT company turns the relationship between you and Facebook on its head with a brand-new browser extension – Findx gives you both privacy and control over your personal data. The recent Facebook crisis has made it clear: the internet is more than just a place of wonder for web surfers
Findx can easily can be your default search engine in Brave, a new privacy-conscious browser where you can contribute with tokens to use our private search engine.
When people search for a location, it’s most often to find out what the weather is doing there right now. Findx now lets you search quickly for the weather with its new instant answer. Type “weather” followed by a location to see a 6 day forecast for that location.
The lack of something is rarely described as a feature. But it is probably one of the most important features for a private search engine like Findx. When you use Findx, you are safe from surveillance, your online behaviour is not tracked – that is the whole idea behind a private search engine.
The Findx apps for mobile are based on Firefox Focus, a lightning fast browser that has many privacy functions which we have enabled by default, and enhanced with our private search engine.
It’s been a big year for search engines, with the focus on how biased and personalized search results affect what we buy, what we think, and potentially even how we vote in important elections.
We believe that access to unbiased data, and being able to protect our own privacy is important. That’s why we are enthusiastic about our achievements, and continue to passionately work on Findx our independent and private search engine, browser extensions and mobile apps.
Findx can now be added as default search engine in Waterfox
To all the people at reddit who took the time to participate by reading and commenting on the AMA typed in a query on Findx and hit the search button.