Brave Browser

Brave Browser

Brave automatically blocks ads and trackers, making it faster and safer than your current browser. Soon, micropayments and better ads will give users and publishers a better deal. Up to a whopping 60% of page-load time is caused by the underlying ad technology that loads into various places each time you hit a page on your favorite news site. And 20% of this is time spent on loading things that are trying to learn more about you.
  • Browse Faster - Brave blocks trackers and intrusive ads that can slow you down on the web.
  • Browse Safer - Brave keeps you and your information safer, effectively shielding you from 3rd party tracking and malvertisement.
  • Browse Better - With Brave, you can choose whether to see ads that respect your privacy or pay sites directly. Either way, you can feel good about helping fund content creators.

  • Brave blocks harmful advertising - There's a new ad game in town. It's called "Malvertising". The latest display ad technology can install malware on your laptop without your knowledge. But not with Brave watching your back.
  • Brave redirects sites to HTTPS - We've integrated HTTPS Everywhere into every Brave browser to make sure you are always moving your bits across the safest possible pipe.
  • Brave blocks tracking pixels and tracking cookies - Do you ever get that feeling that someone is watching you when you see an ad for something you bought a few days ago? We make sure you aren't being tracked while you shop online and browse your favorite sites.

What's New:

  • Fixed cosmetic scriptlets not being injected in iframes
  • The ability to view promotions information on brave://rewards-internals page
  • Balance information on brave://rewards-internals to improve rewards debugging
  • Ability to import from Chrome while Chrome is still running
  • A new proxy endpoint for remote debugging and enabled by default under brave://settings/privacy
  • General performance by lazy loading Brave Crypto Wallets
  • Privacy by extending farbling protection for several other API surfaces
  • Wayback Machine for ".onion" URLs
  • Tab hover cards for Windows and Linux by default
  • To only send tokens that have not been redeemed during the claim process
  • Low resolution favicons on rewards panel and contribution table
  • To only add jitter for Brave Ads token redemption when creating the timestamp
  • Themes from Chrome Web Store not working when switching between light and dark themes
  • Incorrect changelog URL on macOS
  • Software update dialog on macOS displaying raw HTML in the release notes box
  • Display issue where Brave Rewards and Binance widget menus go off screen on certain window widths
  • Assets in the Binance widget summary under the New Tab Page appearing as clickable
  • Content under the Crypto Wallets welcome screen not fully visible on smaller window sizes
  • Skip button missing on YouTube ads when shields are disabled
  • Display issue where clock widget menu goes off the screen on certain window widths
  • Removed the Binance widget toggle for Japan and OFAC countries from customize dashboard under the New Tab Page
  • Replaced "HTTPS Upgrades" with "Bandwidth saved" under the New Tab Page
  • Upgraded Chromium to 83.0.4103.97


  • Title: Brave Browser
  • Developer: Brave Software Inc.
  • Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
  • Language: Multilangual
  • Includes: Free
  • Size: 101.45 MB
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Comments 1

prado 21 March 2020 18:51
Not a good browser.
Prefer MS Edge Canary for MacOS, it uses the same chrome engine, and it is much much better and far superior them the poor Brave Browser.
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