What is interesting to me is that both of them have the search box in the top left and a whole "frontpage" of marketing content...
...as opposed to the 'traditional' look of throwing a search input box in the middle of a clean white page.
I guess people don't set search engines as their homepages anymore.
@matt No idea how such bloated websites can claim to be good for #privacy or the environment...
@matt they really don't. I don't have any numbers to back this up, but I expect that, among the population that uses alternative search engines, the most common home and/or new tab page is some sort of bookmark page, similar to the default Safari homepage.
@email@example.com Everything must be a Disney movie of color nowadays. I hate to say it, but I almost barfed when I saw that ProtonMail changed from blue to pinkish-purple.
An online home for the people of Oslo, Norway 🇳🇴 but a gateway to the world.