The web browser Brave recently launched version 1.11, and this one inches it closer to being one of the best browsers to use out of the box. While I covered the release of version 1.0, it’s been a mixed bag in terms of Brave’s reputation and progress.Read More »
I’m going to post my thoughts about Firefox, which is most certainly going to ruffle some feathers out there. Firefox has a limited amount of time left before it becomes irrelevant on the web. Once an Internet Explorer killer, it’s unfortunate to see the state that Mozilla’s browser finds itself in now. Here are some of the reasons why I think Firefox won’t last another decade.Read More »
Reviewing Opera on mobile this time because I love browser hopping. I wanted to see if it could be a compelling browser for daily use and what unique features it has compared to other mobile browsers. Let’s dive in.Read More »
The Cliqz browser is a secure and privacy-conscious web browser for Windows and macOS. I hadn’t heard much about it until I came across it a few months back.Read More »
This is my new Microsoft Edge browser review. MS has released the first stable version of its new browser based on the open source version of Chrome, Chromium. When Microsoft announced it was going to abandon its current browser and start over, it took the tech industry by surprise, myself included. With this new Edge browser, let’s see how it stacks up against the competition.Read More »
The Vivaldi browser is based on Chromium (like most other browsers these days) and is available for a multitude of platforms. The appeal of Vivaldi is its power user features not found in competing software. I take a look at Vivaldi 2.9.Read More »
The Opera browser has been around since 1995, but since that time it has gone through so many changes and is very different than how it was in the 90s or even the 2000s. I take a look at Opera 65 and see how it fares against competing web browsers.Read More »
People may write it off because of its simple name Samsung Internet, but upon using it, users will discover many quality of life changes that makes this browser app stand out from Chrome and others on Android.
The Brave browser recently hit the 1.0 release, meaning it should be stable enough for most folks to use. It also signaled a massive new PR campaign by the folks over at Brave. Is it worth switching to from Chrome or Firefox? Let’s take a look at the somewhat controversial browser.