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[Android] How to change Google's Chrome default search engine

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Android and Chrome browser are Google's top performing products in the world. Both products, owned by Google, can be found in every household and on every street in every conner of the world.

The Chrome browser comes with Google Search as the default search engine, but if you want to try other search engines out there, there is a way you can change this setting within the Chrome browser installed in almost all Android phone.

Google permit users to change from the default Google Search to like Yahoo Search, Bing, DuckDuckGo, and others. To change the default search engine in Chrome browser on Android is not difficult. This is what I'll be sharing with you this afternoon.

Also learn: How to increase the text size of Google's Chrome browser on Android

Let's get straight to the topic:

Step 1

Chrome menu options

Launch Chrome from the app drawer. Tap the menu botton (three dots) at the top-right corner of the screen to open menu, then select "Settings" from the options.

Step 2

Chrome settings

Under settings, tap "Search engine"

Step 3

Search engine

From here, you can chose other search engines provided to replace the default Google Search. Simply chose the one that you prefer to use and press the back button.

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