Bold indicates products I am using.

Google search – Searx, Qwant, Metager, DuckDuckGo, StartPage

Gmail – Mailfence, Tutanota,, Protonmail

Chrome – Firefox, Tor, Brave

Google Drive – TeamDrive, Tresorit, Nextcloud

Youtube – Vimeo, Dailymotion, Bitchute, Hooktube

Google Analytics – Matomo, Fathom, Clicky

Google Maps – OpenStreetMap, Here We Go,

Google Play – F-Droid, Yalp Store

Google Calendar – Etar, aCalendar


Hey Wuyuansheng,

I saw your article “Alternatives to Google Products – The Complete List” on Wuyuansheng (linked here:, and I thought your privacy-conscious readers will be delighted to learn about Qwant, the encrypted search engine that emphasizes user privacy.

The French National Assembly announced to the world in late 2018 that Qwant has displaced Google as their default search engine. While Google is still the undisputed king of search engines, private search engines are on the rise with DuckDuckGo leading the way, chalking up 30 million searches a day. Find out what information Google collects about you and why more people are turning to encrypted search engines that do not keep logs:

If you’ve learned a thing or two, it’d be great if you could link it from your blog post mentioned above. Otherwise, I’d be more than happy to contribute a unique guest post tailored to your audience. Let me know how we could make that happen.

Best regards,

M. Cadelina @ Techwarn

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