About Super Sift

Super Sift is a [metasearch engine], aggregating the results of other search engines while not storing information about its users.

Why use it?

If you do care about privacy, want to be a conscious user, or otherwise believe in digital freedom, make Super Sift your default search engine or run it on your own server!

How do I set it as the default search engine?

Super Sift supports [OpenSearch]. For more information on changing your default search engine, see your browser’s documentation:

When adding a search engine, there must be no duplicates with the same name. If you encounter a problem where you cannot add the search engine, you can either:

How does it work?

Super Sift is based off of SearXNG which is a fork from the well-known [searx] [metasearch engine] which was inspired by the [Seeks project]. It provides basic privacy by mixing your queries with searches on other platforms without storing search data. Super Sift can be added to your browser’s search bar; moreover, it can be set as the default search engine.

The stats page contains some useful anonymous usage statistics about the engines used.

Super Sift Open Source Code