iPhone Tips: Changing Default Search Engine on Safari from Google into other search engine

  • Learn how to change Safari default search engine from Google into some other search engine with these simple steps.
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Trying to distance yourself from Google? Do you know that you change your Safari’s default search engine from Google into other search engines – which also works as good as Google? Don’t fret, if you don’t know here’s how you can do so.

Here’s how to change Safari default search engine from Google into other search engine

1) Go to Settings > Safari.

2) Tap on Search Engine. You can choose between: Google (default), Yahoo, Bing, DuckDuckGo and Ecosia. My own recommendation would be either DuckDuckGo or Ecosia – both are open-source browser. I am personally using Ecosia right now on my Safari.

3) Now open Safari. Type something on the address bar then it will be no longer Google which return the search result.

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