The CLIQZ browser.Surf and find ultra-safe, ultra-fast. Made in Germany.
- Free • Proprietary
- Web Browser
- Android Tablet
What is Cliqz?
CLIQZ is a Firefox-based browser with a built-in quick-search and a new Anti-Tracking technology for better privacy protection.
Start typing a search query into the address bar of the CLIQZ browser and you'll instantly see just a selection of website suggestions. These are based on our own, independent search engine. If you are looking for more, the Enter key will take you to the alternate search engine of your choice.
Cliqz delivers a real-time stream of the most relevant articles, stories, and videos videos based on your interests, social connections, language and location.
How does it work? You tell Cliqz a little bit about yourself—from the news sources you read, to the topics you’re interested in, to the people you follow on Twitter. Cliqz then gathers and prioritizes content, making sure you stay on top of what’s most important to you, whether it comes from a traditional source or an unknown blogger.
As you read, you decide whether a story is worth recommending, and by passing it on to others, you enhance its relevance. With Cliqz, you find, share, and shape the news.
On 29 April 2020, Cliqz announced it would have shut down its browser and search engine.
- 4.15 avg rating
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- Firefox Extension
- News Reader
- News Sharing
- Privacy Protection
- Web Search Engine
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- BarnMTB Upvoted a comment on CliqzGreat looking browser based on Firefox with some really innovative features, such as in-browser search (search results appear as you type into the omnibar). It's now also compatible with Firefox Add-Ons. _[Edited by jgierer12, December 18]_
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Great looking browser based on Firefox with some really innovative features, such as in-browser search (search results appear as you type into the omnibar). It's now also compatible with Firefox Add-Ons.
[Edited by jgierer12, December 18]
I really like the pared-down look. Who doesn't love blue?
Features: ---Ghostery add-on you can enable for ad-blocking ---Lastpass add-on you can enable for password management. ---Uses a lock-down to prevent add-ons from installing automatically. ---Looks like the (in my opinion: better) older Firefox before they changed to Quantum, the version I don't like. ----Works with my work websites.
CONS: ---Cannot change themes. Since I like the blue look, I am okay with that. ---Cannot install any Firefox add-ons. I cannot change my default search to Swisscows or lite Qwant.
Its basically Firefox implemented with the Ghostery & Ghostery start-tab add-ons.