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Safari's default search engine will change from Google, but to who?

Apple will soon replace the default search engine on Safari, but with that? From Google to one of its other competitors?

Anthony Garreffa | Dec 1, 2014 at 1:35 am CST (0 mins, 32 secs time to read)

Apple will soon finish its lease with Google for being the default search engine on its Safari web browser, but who will Apple lean on for a new search engine? Microsoft? Competitor. Yahoo? Well, another competitor.

Safari's default search engine will change from Google, but to who? | TweakTown.com

Considering there are hundreds of millions of iOS-based devices in the wild, it'll be an interesting move to see which company Apple jumps to be its new default search engine. Apple will mostly likely rely on Yahoo, as it's not going to want a direct competitor like Microsoft being splashed inside of their devices, especially when Microsoft is so nasty in their Surface Pro ads, attacking Apple and its MacBook Air.

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