Firefox signs Yahoo as default search engine
Updated on March 13, 2015 in Bing
5 on November 23, 2014

Yahoo and Mozilla signed that would make Yahoo the default US search engine for Mozilla’s Firefox browser on mobile and desktop.In December, Yahoo will present a new search function to Firefox users, and will also support Do Not Track functions in Firefox as a result of the partnership.Firefox is still used by roughly 17 percent of webgoers and only 10 percent of web searches are made through Yahoo, which is powered by Microsoft Bing , but the Mozilla CEO Chris Beard described the decision as a strategic one and he believes that this contract will empower more people and bring more opportunity for innovation.

Is this going to be the downfall of Mozilla or it’s going to be the opposite , the time will show.

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0 on December 21, 2014

Taking a look at the present trends.. Mozilla is ranked the best web browser of 2014 followed by Chrome, Opera and Safari.. according to top 10 reviews.com.. 

But as a matter of fact most people have this aggressively negative feedback towards using Yahoo as a search engine mainly because of its inability to give better results as compared to other search engines.. I see this move as a downfall of Mozilla… Its stayed on this rank for a long time,, time to come down mate.

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0 on January 7, 2015

I can agree with you on this.. Mozilla was the best browser in 2014 and I think it was because of its contract with Google, but now as it has signed up with Yahoo maybe this year will be the downfall of Mozilla.

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0 on January 7, 2015
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