Here is the latest report that Yahoo is now becoming the default search engine for Mozilla Firefox in United States as per five year partnership announced by Mozilla on their official blog post.
In addition to this, Firefox users will be able to experience new enhanced yahoo search engine in the month of December. We would like to acknowledge you that Mozilla had Google as default search engine for their desktop and mobile version since 2004.
On this note, “This is the most significant partnership for Yahoo in five years and we’re so proud that Mozilla has chosen us as their long-term partner in search,” said by Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer in a statement.
Mozilla have mentioned their five year strategy with Yahoo in US in their blog post and below you can find those points, company as added:
- Under a new five-year strategic partnership announced today, Yahoo Search will become the default search experience for Firefox in the U.S.
- Starting in December, Firefox users will be introduced to a new enhanced Yahoo Search experience that features a clean, modern interface that brings the best of the Web front and center.
- Under this partnership, Yahoo will also support Do Not Track (DNT) in Firefox.
- Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, eBay, Amazon, Twitter and Wikipedia will continue to be built-in as alternate search options.
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