DuckDuckGo obviously feels likewise:
We're excited to announce that map and address-related searches on DuckDuckGo for mobile and desktop are now powered by Apple's MapKit JS framework, giving you a valuable combination of mapping and privacy. As one of the first global companies using Apple MapKit JS, we can now offer users improved address searches, additional visual features, enhanced satellite imagery, and continually updated maps already in use on billions of Apple devices worldwide.
I'm sure all the very clever people on the team are thrilled to see the project not only get such a big implementation but such an important one, because DuckDuckGo is also the duck-duck-go-to for everyone on the web who really cares about keeping their search data private.
Congrats to everyone involved. More like this, please.
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