UK Search Engine Announces New Mobile First and Responsive Design

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Mojeek, a leading UK web search provider, announce a new mobile first and responsive design, as well as a major update to it's ranking algorithm.


British search engine and software development company Mojeek is pleased to announce its new mobile first and responsive design at and, as well as a major ranking update.

Mojeek is a general purpose, crawler based search engine founded in the United Kingdom with an emphasis on unbiased results, no advertising and user privacy.

As a response to feedback from it's launch in February, Mojeek has implemented a mobile first and responsive design on it's search engine. The new implementation is fully featured on all configurations, mobiles are shown the same content and options as a desktop with only a slight layout adjustment for more suitable mobile browsing.

Mojeek has also made a major update to it's ranking algorithm, Mojeek continuously rolls out tweaks to improve relevancy on at least a weekly basis but this update was larger and caused a more noticeable improvement to the results all round. But it doesn't stop there, the next major update is already being worked on.

During the last month Mojeek has also implemented a number of requests and features including, the option to set UK only results as the default option, a method to block referral data being sent to a visiting site is currently being tested and will be available during April, also the news search has been extended with the addition of a news headline page.

About Mojeek
Mojeek Limited is a UK software development company specialising in web search technology, which primarily provides Internet search services to the general public through it's crawler based search engine, but also businesses via API/XML feeds and licensing agreements. Mojeek's focus is on providing users with an unbiased and uncluttered search service, free from advertising and user tracking.

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