Google launches Apple search engine

Everyone's fave new search engine now works on a Mac

Google has launched an Apple version of its innovative search engine.

The Apple specific search engine uses Google's famed method of rating Web sites' popularity based on the number of sites that link to them. The new version delivers targeted results related to Apple Computer and the Macintosh.

The Apple version joins Google's other custom search engines on Linux and its dedicated US government engine.

Google, which handles around 3.5m searches per day, officially went live last September.

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