It appears to be really fast and doesn't seem to use a lot of ram compared to other browsers and the built in ad blocker does appear to work well.•Its the fastest browser
•With in-built as blocker(works very well)
•Consumes much lower ram than Chrome
Brave does have / offer a lot of options in the settings.•lots of customisation
It does appear to have many of the same settings.•It has all the features that are in Chrome (
most popular browser in the world)
I'm using the dark mode.•beautiful asthetics and a great UI
I'm not a Google Chrome fan at all.•and lastly, Google Chrome sucks
Maybe because Brave, like damn near every browser available, is based on Chromium.Brave pretty much reminds me of Chromium and Google Chrome.
I only need my secondary browser to be basic since I rarely use it, all my productive tasks I do with my main web-browser.you can completely turn off the rewards system and get the best experience
also you can remove the rewards icon from the url bar
also chromium is the most basic browser
One of the things I was going to do since I've never used tor browser.Hey
It also has a built-in tor browser check that out
I've done some browser hopping and used Vivaldi browser for a bit but didn't care for it just way to many things to tick and mess up if ya wasn't paying attention.I've been using brave on android for years now, it's the best browser out there. I browser hopped initially, tried most of the major browsers, opera, dolphin, several others. Brave is quick and blocks pretty much everything. Used to love Firefox, but brave is so much better.
I gotta say that OOTB Brave's ad block does work well as I haven't seen any ad yet.According to the browser stats, it's blocked 1.5m ads and trackers and saved me 21hrs of time. It does everything that Firefox and a bunch of add ons used to do, but quicker.