DuckDuckGo’s privacy-focused Mac browser is now available for public beta testing

The DuckDuckGo Duck web video player displaying a duck on water.
DuckDuckGo’s new Duck Player offers a more private way for users to watch their favorite YouTube content. | Image: DuckDuckGo

DuckDuckGo is rolling out its web browsing app for Mac users as an open beta test. Designed for privacy, the app was announced back in April as a closed beta, but is now available for all Mac users to try before its official public launch.

The desktop browser includes the same built-in protections we’ve seen already featured in DuckDuckGo’s mobile apps, combining DuckDuckGo’s search engine, defenses against third-party tracking, cookie pop-up protection, and its popular one-click data clearing ‘Fire Button.’

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DuckDuckGo’s web browser integrates some of its most popular search engine features, such as the ‘fire’ button that clears your browsing data.

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Author: Jess Weatherbed