Brave was developed by Brendan Eich is was the co-founder of Mozilla. The development of Brave was aimed at blocking website trackers and well as removing intrusive ads. It is generally an open-source web browser based upon the Blink engine. The main reason for developing this browser was to improve privacy by sharing less data with ad customers. Brave keeps 15% of the generated revenue from Ads, pays 55% to the content publishers, pays 15% to its ad partners and finally give 15% to browser users. The blocking of ads and trackers helps improve browsing speed. In addition, you have confidence while browsing since you do not have to worry about people accessing your private data.
Brave comes with an integrated HTTPS Everywhere which ensures that your browsing is safe. In addition Brave blocks all tracking cookies and pixels. In addition to Brave, you can manage your history well. You decide what remains on your history page and what cannot be accessed. The team behind the browser ensures continued updates, therefore, giving you new experiences. In general, this browser is very quick, easy to use and joy to use. All its security tools are very good therefore Brave is a browser to check out.