- Brave 1.0 the first ‘stable’ release of the browser
- The brave browser comes with built-in ad-blockers.
- the browser promises 3x to 6x faster surfing experience
Brave browser is now available for download on Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS for free.
The brave browser comes with built-in ad blockers and can even prevent the website from tracking you. Brave Software says it doesn’t store users’ browsing data and will not sell data to third parties. The browser also gives users options to customise per-site basis security. There’s also a dashboard which shows how many ads and trackers are blocked by the browser.
Brave Reward system in which users can earn tokens by “viewing privacy-respecting ads”, with the ability to curate just how many you’ll see per hour.
The browser promises 3x to 6x faster surfing experience than the competition, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The company has also posted a video of side-by-side comparison of the browsing speed on the three browsers.
Since launching the beta in January 2016, Brave now has 8 million monthly users, and now it’s finally ready for the big roll-out.
Brave lets you use Tor right in a tab. Tor not only hides your history, but it also masks your location from the sites you visit by routing your browsing through several servers before it reaches your destination.
In Brave Browser Currently, you can support your favourite web creators with your tokens, but soon you’ll be able to spend tokens on premium content, gift cards, and more.
Today we knew that privacy is main concern. We don’t want to share our data to third party websites like some browser do that’s why its the best browser its promise us a lot. Its do something like Tor browser.
Brave says that they have currently has about 300,000 publishers on board. Users can receive 70% of what the advertisers spend on ads, while Brave keeps 30%.