There’s a new browser in town that promises to its users essential online privacy and protection. Others also say that it’s going to give Google a run for their money. And I got pretty curious why they said so. With that, I gave it a try and so far, here’s my experience with it.
Disclaimer: This is not an inclusive review. It consists mainly of the author’s preference and point of view. Also, here at TechnoChops, we decided to do reviews differently. We committed to giving a product a 40-day trial, which means that this review will be updated in the next 40 days given that there’s something we noticed that we have not covered before. It’s like a diary review. On the 40th day, we make our verdict. Our verdict is subjective and it is still your final say whether or not to use the product. Of course, this type of review depends on the product that we have (we cannot make a 40-day review for a movie).
The Brave browser is developed by 11 specialists led by Brain R. Bondy and co-founder of Mozilla Project, Brendan Eich. It was announced just last year on Jan. 20, 2016, with a promise to block ads and trackers. The browser’s code is based on the Chromium and Chromium’s Blink engine, which means that you’ll see those familiar Google Chrome settings.
At the top most right of the browser, you’ll see Brave’s icon, the orange lion head. Clicking that will give you a drop-down menu where you could see the option to