I have used the free trial of Neeva for almost a week now, and I have some more practical thoughts on it:
First, you can't verify that it doesn't log your queries. You have to be logged in to use it, so it can identify you regardless of whatever proxy or VPN you are using. They can claim to not log your searches, but it can't be verified, and they have the means to do it easily. I can't get rid of the feeling that I'm implicitly trusting them even more than I do DDG or any other search engine.
Second, the search results are fairly good, and it has some helpful features for reading some results within the results page. This could be seen as EEE like Google's AMP, or a useful feature.
The results page makes me feel claustrophobic at times. Like there's not enough contrast and too much is going on at the same time.
@josias I haven't heard about this search engine until today. Personally I don't intend to use it because it has too many dealbreakers for me. I'll stick to Searx, either my instance, or another one.
@getimiskon The only reason I'm using Neeva is to try it out and give some observations that others might find helpful.
I'm going to switch back to DDG or another soon.
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