- by Louie Torres, a month agoRated 5 out of 5Does exactly what it says it does: changes your search engine to Ecosia.
One pretty annoying gripe, though, could you change the keyword from "ecosia" to "@ecosia" to be more consistent with other search engines?
It gets really annoying trying to search something starting with the word "Ecosia" from the search bar.
Other than that, perfect!
- by Ashton99, a month agoRated 5 out of 5Best search engine ever. I spend a lot of time online as PC enthusiast, and I love being able to offset my own emissions by browsing the web. According to their blog, it takes ~45 searches to plant a tree and that adds up quickly. Remember to disable adblock for the site!
- by Astraios, 2 months agoRated 5 out of 5Namaste.Thank you/Ewe for promoting Ecosia which gives back to our Homeworld. More people in places where being of service can actively help change perceptions on perspectives.
- by Firefox user 13278758, 4 months agoRated 2 out of 5Like Trixie, I was so pleased that I could help the world be a better place but as a previous DuckDuckGo user the benefits of it, far outweigh the trees I planted.
Due to concerns about page filtering, malware, and country specific information when searching means I am going back to DDG. I will just give a bit more to tree charities now.
- by Trixie, 4 months agoRated 2 out of 5Actually, I kinda like the fact that with my using of the search engine I contribute for a better world. However, it seems to be aimed for people who use google. As a main Duckduckgo user, used to instant correct search result with an easy access to country specific research, I really can't recommend it.