Brave 1.0 is ready for privacy-loving web surfers

    Date21 Nov 2019
    Posted ByBrittany Day
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    Are you a privacy-conscious Linux user? If so, you may want to check out Brave 1.0, which is now out of beta and in stable release form. Learn more:

    If you're hot for privacy, then best go give the Brave 1.0 browser a whirl, as it's now out of beta and in stable release form.

    That doesn't mean it's a browser for privacy-centric equines, but that it's now available for Windows, Linux, macOS and iOS. And for folks that hate the idea of being targeted by third-party advertisers, tracked by various brands and having auto-playing videos blasted through their browsers, Brave 1.0 could open up a brave new world of browsing for them.

    The browser promises to not only block adverts and trackers but to also offer Brave Ads, which are a form of adverts that will pay people to view them and not gobble their data. Such ads are delivered through push notifications rather than intrusive web page banner ads.

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