Youcare Costs & Features
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Last updated: 20 March 2020
- Youcare is a French-based charitable search engine
- As with all charitable search engines, money is raised through ad revenue
- Youcare lets you select your good deed. The good deeds by Youcare include: planting new coral reefs, donating meals to animals in shelters, donating drinking water, removing plastic from the ocean, reforestation and helping with cancer research.
- Youcare donate 80% of their profits to good deeds
- Youcare began by donating meals to animals in shelters. As a French-based search engine, the vast majority of meals have been delivered to animal shelters in France
- At the end of 2019, Youcare started to also deliver meals to animal shelters in Belgium, Switzerland, Australia and the USA
- Youcare's search results are powered by Bing.
- They publish donation certificates in an effort to be as transparent as possible
- Youcare offsets its carbon footprint by also donating to the Eden Reforestation Project, which plants trees around the world
- A search counter is provided at the top right of every page
- Users can can synchronize their search counters across all their devices by creating an account (optional)
- Browser extensions are available for Chrome, Firefox and Safari browsers.
- Smart-phone apps are available for Android and iOS
- Youcare claim to not save your searches or sell your data to advertisers
- Youcare's search results contain rich-content, i.e. image, news and video thumbnails form part of the web search results
- A small Wikipedia-based knowledge panel is sometimes shown next to the search results to enhance the search experience
- Dedicated image, news and video searches are available
- A link to Google is shown at the top of each page of search results, allowing you to repeat your search on Google with just one click
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