Hi, I'm @ryusei__46.
This is an inquiry into a Chrome extension I previously created.
Google's search engine is very powerful, and most of us use it on a daily basis as a matter of course, but recently the censorship of information has become worse, making it easier to grab information that is intentionally misdirected.
I also feel that it is difficult to obtain real information because recent SEO updates have given priority to corporate sites and other sites, making it difficult for personal blogs and other sites to be ranked higher.
The search engine I usually use as a sub search engine is called "DuckduckGo." This search engine is developed as open source, and its sales claim that it does not censor information at all.
I mainly use Google search, but if I find information that looks a little suspicious, I immediately search for it on DuckduckGo as well.
However, I thought, "Can't I display the search results of DuckduckGo at the same time as Google search? It is simple, but it is very useful because it can display DuckduckGo search results on the right side of the Google search results page.
In addition, the same links in both Google and DuckduckGo search results are highlighted with a colored background. This allows you to quickly and efficiently see which links were hit only in DuckduckGo.
I don't think there is much demand for it, but if you are in the same situation as I am, please try to include it.
You can install it from the Chrome Web Store.
Once installed, there is nothing special to configure, so it can be used as is.
The source code for this extension is also hosted in the following github repository. The functionality is simple and the code is simple. It may be helpful for those who want to create a Chrome extension in the future.