We are findx, a private search engine, ask us anything!
Most people think we are crazy when we tell them we've spent the last two years building a private search engine. But we are dedicated, and want to create a truly independent search engine and to let people have a choice when they search the internet. It’s important to us that people can keep searching in private This means we don’t sell data about you, track you or save your search history in any way.
- What do you think? – Try out findx now, and ask us whatever question comes into you mind.
We are a small team, but we are at your service. Brian Rasmusson (CEO) /u/rasmussondk, Brian Schildt (CRO) /u/Brianschildt, Ivan S. Jørgensen (Developer) /u/isj4 are participating and answering any question you might have.
Unbiased quality rating and open-source
Everybody’s opinion matters, and quality rating can be done by all people, therefore we build in features to rate and improve the search results.
To ensure transparency, findx is created as an open source project, this means you can ask any qualified software developer to look at the code that provides the search results and how they are found.
You can read our privacy promise here.
In addition we run a public beta test
We are just getting started, and have recently launched the public beta, to be honest it's not flawless, and there are still plenty of changes and improvements to be made.
If you decide to try findx, we’ll be very happy to have some feedback, you can post it in our subreddit
Here we are on twitter
EDIT: It's over Friday 19th at 16:53 local time - and what a fantastic amount of feedback - A big thanks goes out to everyone of you.