Now that the dust has settled, why aren't you brave enough to switch?

Andrew Robinson
Andrew Robinson

Now that the dust has settled, why aren't you brave enough to switch?

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play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=acr.browser.barebones&hl=en_US
play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tk.klurige.fullscreenbrowser&hl=en_US
theregister.co.uk/2019/06/28/brave_ad_block_rust/
brave.com/brave-saves-batteries/
spyware.neocities.org/articles/brave.html

Hunter Hernandez
Hunter Hernandez

Unironically because you can't mute individual tabs, just whole sites

Lucas Harris
Lucas Harris

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Cooper Morales
Cooper Morales

Shit UI.

John Clark
John Clark

Unironically because you can't mute individual tabs, just whole sites
that's a chrome thing; it sucks but what can you do

Matthew Foster
Matthew Foster

Whats the point of this browser when Opera exists on mobile and has adblock AND a built in VPN

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Ian Phillips
Ian Phillips

I mean I have this browser on my mobile but I only use it to save my porn history

Jaxon King
Jaxon King

I used it when it first came out but stopped because some features didn't work for me. I tried it later and now I've been using it for at least 6 months on my work and personal computers. Nice just having a built in ad blocker.

Kevin Richardson
Kevin Richardson

They're an ad company.

Easton Parker
Easton Parker

Yeah I know. Edge Dev and Opera have their own implementations that fix it though.

Lucas Turner
Lucas Turner

because...

play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=acr.browser.barebones&hl=en_US

Wyatt Wright
Wyatt Wright

another good, simple browser

play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tk.klurige.fullscreenbrowser&hl=en_US

me again

Jordan Barnes
Jordan Barnes

Trash, dated, abandonware

Brayden Brown
Brayden Brown

outdated

Camden Clark
Camden Clark

But unlike the ad companies Google and Mozilla, they have an opt-in policy for their ads instead of forcing ads down your throat.
I chose not to opt-in so I don't get their ads.

Isaac Ramirez
Isaac Ramirez

Because of Jow Forums shilling. If somethings shilled so extensively it must be shit, malicious shit or Cia glownigger shit.

Jeremiah Carter
Jeremiah Carter

Ignore the haters, brave on mobile is right now the best browser and it will get even better with their new and improved (Inspired by uBlock Origin) build-in ad-blocker in a couple of months from now. on the desktop i prefer firefox though.

theregister.co.uk/2019/06/28/brave_ad_block_rust/
brave.com/brave-saves-batteries/

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Asher Moore
Asher Moore

What's the point of Brave or Opera when Vivaldi exist?

Brody Nguyen
Brody Nguyen

Yuzu exists.

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Isaiah Turner
Isaiah Turner

it will get even better with their new and improved (Inspired by uBlock Origin) build-in ad-blocker in a couple of months from now.

Won't the new ad-blocker be worse?
What I understood is Chromium changed their API to make ad-blocking impossible or at least a lot harder.

Anthony Taylor
Anthony Taylor

Vivaldi's native address bar is garbage.
Not gonna use it until they make it possible to use Chromium's address bar.

Joshua Smith
Joshua Smith

Because Brave is spyware
spyware.neocities.org/articles/brave.html

Josiah Long
Josiah Long

Why should I? I'm using IceCat. Works greatly. I am thinking of writing a browser feom scratch without any engine dependence, or fork NetSurf

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Ayden Flores
Ayden Flores

On the contrary it will far better, the manifest V3's API is not enforced/mandatory. Chrome decided to implemented to their browser, other Chromium-based browsers like Brave won't.

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Jonathan Collins
Jonathan Collins

Shush mutt

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Adrian James
Adrian James

Look mom! I posted it again!

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Isaac Cox
Isaac Cox

reported for advertising, faggot.

Juan Lee
Juan Lee

is this the hourly brave shill thread?

Oliver Rogers
Oliver Rogers

The problem isn't new API functions, it's the removal of old API functions.

But according to that tweet Brave didn't use the old API functions for ad-blocking anyways.
The last line is even more interesting: it implies they maintain a separate fork of Chromium? - won't that lead to serious headaches further down the line?

David Fisher
David Fisher

No it's the anti-brave mouthbreathers thread

Carter Hughes
Carter Hughes

I use the mobile one, how the fuck do I claim my coins wtf?

William Parker
William Parker

You must truly do it for free. Let me reiterate for your Twinkie brain. Brave is SPYWARE. This is an objective fact. Stop shilling spyware and having the goddamn nerve to call it "private" or "secure."

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Jordan Roberts
Jordan Roberts

Solely because of your shilling. If you had chosen to refrain from spamming your advertisements, i might have considered it. Unfortunately, your poor representation of your product has soured me on the entire idea.

Samuel Morris
Samuel Morris

I doubt, Chromium is open source which give you the freedom to add/remove api's/make forks things accordingly.

Ethan Hughes
Ethan Hughes

I just got some popup about that yesterday.

Alexander Sullivan
Alexander Sullivan

If only you knew what objective fact truly means

Levi Peterson
Levi Peterson

If you have a refutation to my sources, then please feel free to post them in detail. Until then, I will continue to call you a faggot.

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Ian Jones
Ian Jones

chrome but with built-in ads
No thanks.

Alexander Cooper
Alexander Cooper

Sure, but it's a lot of work which gets worse and worse over time as changes to the main Chromium branch will eventually become incompatible with your own special snowflake version of Chromium.

It is much easier to start with vanilla Chromium as a base.
And easier still to use the API, which I'm sure is what every other Chromium based browser does.

Jaxon Watson
Jaxon Watson

chrome but with ads blocked
Yes thanks.

Just don't opt-in to their "pay to surf the web" program.

Josiah Gonzalez
Josiah Gonzalez

Every browser is spyware.

Google employees even listens in to private conversations secretly recorded through the many microphones they have control over.

Colton Richardson
Colton Richardson

Apparently it's not a lot of work for the brave team, moreover it's not you who decides what it's easier or not but them. also I'd like to borrow that crystal ball of yours and watch with my own eyes these future incompatibilities.

what it's easier or not is not

Thomas Cooper
Thomas Cooper

Doesn't have anti-fingerprinting.
Doesn't have a good UI/UX.
Firefox is just better.

brave on mobile is right now the best browser
No addon support means it's shit. Firefox is better. Kiwi is better if you want chromium.

James Mitchell
James Mitchell

I'd like to borrow that crystal ball of yours and watch with my own eyes these future incompatibilities.

Just go get a masters degree in computer science (or artificial intelligence, as I got instead)
15 years working in the industry also helps.

I'm not saying something weird here, if that tweet contains any truth what Brave is doing is very unconventional.

Robert Bell
Robert Bell

I tried brave and didn't like how many presses it took to just see your bookmarks. stuck with the dates fenec + Firefox preview (which is a long way from being any good, but it's super fast)

Carter Miller
Carter Miller

Now that the dust has settled, why aren't you brave enough to switch?
since you dont feel confident enough using that shitty browser, you want everyone to use it, right? so that you feel like you are doing something good

Anthony Baker
Anthony Baker

Your credentials means nothing when you don't understand something so simple

The Brave devs thinks it's not a problem, you on the other hand, you foresee major headaches further down the line from their fork because...unfounded reasons based on assumptions.

As long as Chromium remains an open-source project and google doesn't decide to enforce some crazy strict rules then i don't see any reason to worry.

Kevin Campbell
Kevin Campbell

Operas built in adblocker is utter garbage. Doesn't block half the shit Braves does

Carter Parker
Carter Parker

retard

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Ethan Brooks
Ethan Brooks

simply for one reason: not all ads are blocked, they intentionally let some through

Caleb Stewart
Caleb Stewart

Cope
Dillute

Logan Nguyen
Logan Nguyen

I wonder why retards keep on shilling Brave when it's known to be spyware like Chrome. I hope it's nothing to do with it being summer.

Ayden Ramirez
Ayden Ramirez

because it's a shit chrome fork with shit features compared to vivaldi. it's developed by literal jewish soibois, its sole purpose is to promote an advertising network, its "ad blocker" is trash, and you faggots spam it every single day. get wrecked and dilate cuck.

Connor Smith
Connor Smith

See

Grayson James
Grayson James

fuck drumpf software

Jackson Jackson
Jackson Jackson

wow. and bravelets call firefox users trannies.

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