Privacy based Brave Browser Review

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The privacy-focused Brave browser has recently come out of the beta. It hit the stable 1.0 on all platforms i.e. Android, iOS, Linux, Windows and also Mac OS.

I have been using the Brave browser for more than 2 months. So, let’s discuss it.

What is the Brave Browser?

Brave browser is a browser that focuses on privacy with fast browsing. It is created by Brenden Eich (sounds familiar). He is the creator of one of the most popular programming languages that are JavaScript.

It is built on the chromium (the open-source project that powers the popular Chrome browser). It also blocks the ads and loads the sites faster.

Features of Brave

  • Block ads
  • Block trackers
  • Loads websites fast (due to adding blocking)
  • Data saver (by disabling ads and trackers)
  • Private mode with tor support
  • Features of Chrome (because of built on chromium, it has features like offline view, gesture for tab switching, etc)
  • Privacy of duckduckgo (you can use the search engine duckduckgo in the Brave for privacy)
Screenshot of Brave browser on a website tales of demons and gods (tdg)

Good news also for content creators

Brave browser has something for content creators also. Audiences can opt for view privacy respected ads. With these ads, the bat (cryptocurrency of Brave browser) will be added to the account. You can then send tips to the verified creators.

So, it’s good for both audience and content creators. Audiences can also customize the rate of ads that they want to receive.

Also, it has auto contribute, which automatically contributes to the creators on the basis of the attention of the audience. I found it very helpful.

Conclusion

A brave browser is the best browser. It has the privacy of the duckduckgo and features of Chrome. You should give it a try. It is the best of both duckduckgo and Chrome. You should give Brave a try. You can download Brave browser from here.

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