Mozilla co-founder and creator of JavaScript programming language Brendan Eich has unveiled his latest project i.e. a new web browser. 

best Feature of this Browser is, it block all intrusive ads by default which results fast browsing compair to others. It also restricts the loading of other data collecting technologies such as analytics scripts and impression-tracking pixels. This is an open source Browser which runs on Microsoft windows operating system and Apple’s OS X. It is also compatible with smartphones Android OS and Apple’s iOS both.

Mozilla co-founder and former CEO Brendan Eich says :-

By default Brave will insert ads only in a few standard-sized spaces. We find those spaces via a cloud robot (so users don’t have to suffer, even a few canaries per screen size-profile, with ad delays and battery draining). We will target ads based on browser-side intent signals phrased in a standard vocabulary, and without a persistent user id or highly re-identifiable cookie

Brendan Eich in an interview with VentureBeat said that with Brave, a webpage loads 40 percent faster on desktop and up to four times faster on mobile devices. Speaking to TechCrunch, Eich added that Brave will split the ad revenue, offering publishers 55 percent, which will then soar up to a 70-30 split as the user-base increases. Eich says the team’s current aim is to reach 7 million users.

He also say’s in Note that is posted on Breve’s website:-

Brave browsers block everything: initial signaling/analytics scripts that start the programmatic advertising “dirty pipe”, impression-tracking pixels, and ad-click confirmation signals. By default Brave will insert ads only in a few standard-sized spaces. We find those spaces via a cloud robot (so users don’t have to suffer, even a few canaries per screen size-profile, with ad delays and battery draining). We will target ads based on browser-side intent signals phrased in a standard vocabulary, and without a persistent user id or highly re-identifiable cookie

Brave Browser vs Apple’s Safari test:-

The Brave browser has great features such as tab previews when users roll the mouse on each tab, and quick swap from website title to the URL, and many more. Most of the Chrome keyboard shortcuts also work in the desktop version of the Brave browser. However, Preferences, bookmark manager, history, and download folder are missing from the initial version but will update in later versions. It features a Brave Vault, which can save user’s bookmarks, passwords and anonymous browsing activities, making it easy to sync it across other devices. The system is based on a universally unique identifier (UUID) instead of a simply username/email process.

Based on Chromium, Brave v0.7 is not yet ready for general use and the company is asking interested users to sign up for an early access.

For more Information visit to Brave’s website.