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DuckSearch, a search engine for people and items, has launched a new version that will make it easier for people to access their favorite search engines.
The DuckSearch update comes as the popular file search engine faces a huge competition from new rival File.com and Amazon.com, which launched their own file search engines in the US last week.
DuckSearch says the update will enable users to access more than 30 of the search engines, including eBay, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Bing.
Users can use the new DuckSearch search engine to look for items or services on eBay, Apple, Netflix, Spotify, and others.
Users are also able to access a new feature that allows users to view their shopping history and other items.
DucksSearch also says it is updating the way users access their search results, with an overhaul that should improve the accuracy of results.
“We want to bring DuckSearch to everyone who needs it,” said DuckSearch CEO Paul Lehrman.
“Our focus is on making DuckSearch faster and more responsive, and we are introducing the ability to search across a large variety of search engines to make it easy to access search results that are relevant and relevant to your search queries.”
In addition to these new features, we’re adding a bunch of other useful and useful features for our users, including a way to find content on a search for the first time, which is especially useful for those who search on their phones and tablets.
“Duckssearch says its new search engine will be compatible with Google, Bing and Microsoft’s Cortana.
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