Which is Better: Google chrome or Brave web browser
Chrome vs Brave:
Google Chrome, the browser with over two billion users has some serious competition now with the introduction of ‘Brave’ browser. Tech experts believe that Google Chrome web browser might get some serious competition from the new Brave browser. Rating & review of Brave browser are great and in a very little time, it has drawn tremendous attention from the tech world.
Brave web browser Features:
It provides user automatically third-party ad and cookie blocking facility. And It also offers to pay users when they click and see a promoted or partnered ad in a secure way. The developer of the Brave browser claimed that when compared to Google Chrome and Firefox, Brave loads pages two times fast. And also the company claimed that it is not into personal data business and will never sell the data to the 3rd party.
Brave is a new browser that has started previewing the new advertising model that promises to funnel 70 percent of earned revenue to users who load up and view ads and the other 30 percent goes to the browser’s developers. Users participating, would be able to earn around $60 to $70 this year and $224 approx. in 2020.
Brave reward system: How it’s reward system works?
After installing the browser, you will get an option to Activate Brave Rewards (currently available on desktop only). By which you can support content creators by viewing ads.
Alternatively, you can tip content creators without even revealing your identity. The company claimed it has over 10,000 publishers and content creators have registered to receive Brave Rewards. As per the reports, the reward program is yet to launch in India.
Brave also recently launched a tipping feature that allows users to tip their favorite content creators with the Basic Attention Token. And Users can also reward these content creators for their output, and get rewarded themselves with BAT for viewing advertisements.
Brave Web Browser features:
The amazing Brave automatically blocks third-party trackers and also blocks third-party cookies, as well as block scripts and features HTTPS protocol on any website that is browsed and the biggest advantage of the browser is that it doesn’t see or browse data and users could customize privacy settings, unlike Chrome.
The browser also allows users to see how many ads and trackers have been blocked on a daily basis. The Brave browser was built specifically as an ad-free experience and comes with a built-in ad blocking capability with anti-tracking technology.
The Brave browser is also working on integrating cryptocurrencies that include Ledger, Ethereum and Trezor in the browser that lets users earn and store funds directly in the wallet.
Expert’s opinion on Brave” Browser:
It may be a long way to go before Brave can beat Google Chrome’s hold on the market, with the latter being the most popular browser by far, controlling over 60% of the market. But with the steady growth the Brave browser has shown, it could at least give Google Chrome a very good fight in the near future.