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Google has paid $ 1 billion to remain the default search engine on iOS

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Published on Jan 22, 2016

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In the now distant in 2014, Google would have paid $ 1 billion to remain the default search engine on all iOS devices.

Thanks to these contributions, for a total of a billion dollars, Google has secured the place of your default search engine on iOS. In 2014, in fact, Yahoo was trying to convince Apple to change their default search engine, but Google is certainly not remained with the hands in hand, intervening immediately to ensure the prevalence of the search engines mobile. In addition to iOS, the Google search engine is also present on Android, and you can also download it on other operating systems.

Apple has clearly accepted this proposal, which, however, goes a little against the policy of the company from Cupertino. Google, in fact, with its search engine and its applications to advertising, it neglects the privacy of the users, using their personal data for commercial purposes. Apple, instead, is defending the our privacy, attempting to block just this model of advertising used by Google, which explains the choice of the default search engine on iOS.

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