With the Mozilla Google partnership came to an official end last week, Mozilla has already poached Yahoo! to become its default search engine. Firefox, today, introduced a search experience with the launch of new search channel for beta users.
With the new one click searches, you can instantly find what you are looking for across the web. Firefox has now made switching search engines a breeze. Whenever you start typing a query in the browser’s dedicated search box, you’ll now see a link to the search settings right underneath the suggestions.
There is an array of buttons below your search suggestions. These buttons allow you to find your search term directly on a specific site quickly and easily.
Firefox now features built-in one-click search for the likes of Wikipedia, Amazon, Bing, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, eBay and Twitter. The list can be easily customized to one’s requirements. You can try the new option as a beta user, click here.