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Best Google search alternatives that you'll use over and over

Best Google search alternatives that you'll use over and over

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Google is such a popular search engine that it's become its own verb in our modern lexicon. Whenever someone asks a question nowadays you just say, Google it. Right!?

However, if you're looking for something specific, like what streaming movie to watch this weekend, a funny GIF that would totally capture the moment, or maybe a search engine that is safer for children, Google might not be the one to use. Instead, there are other resources that are better suited for the task.

Sites that can give better search results than Google

Google has become the go-to search site. But have you ever Googled a word, only to be bombarded by targeted ads and links that had nothing to do with your question?

In this Komando on Demand podcast, we will share with you alternatives to Google that will give you the desired results. Whether you’re looking for movies to stream or fabulous photos from space, and anything in between. These browsers will give you fewer ads, and in many cases, won’t track you like Google does!

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