What if I told you you could get paid just by browsing the internet? And that this internet browser also happens to be up to 6x faster than Google Chrome and comes inbuilt with ad-blockers (goodbye pesky Youtube ads 😂😂)!!
You can now do so using the Brave Browser!
Almost everyone uses Google Chrome today and to be honest, it is a pretty fast and decent browser. However, what most people fail to realize is that Google Chrome is product invented by Google for the sole purpose of farming the browsing data of internet users and selling your data to companies and marketers to enable more targeted marketing. This is why you see so many ads on Google being pushed to you - because your data is being farmed and sold to the highest bidder.
The Disadvantages of Google Chrome
1. Google Chrome is loaded with ads and web browsing trackers that are running silently in the background. This slows down your browsing experience, which is why Google Chrome is 6 times slower than Brave. Brave comes inbuilt with an active ad-blocker. You will never see another ad on Youtube again.
2. Not only do these trackers slow down your browsing experience, they are taking up additional bandwidth and data when your page loads. In mobile plans where most people have limited data per month, you are essentially paying to load these trackers and be tracked!! This is a total lose-lose situation.
3. You do not earn any rewards while browsing.
A snapshot of my Brave statistics after using the browser daily for the last 2 months.
You can see here that all the disadvantages of Google Chrome are flipped as advantages for Brave.
Advantages of Brave
1. In 2-3 months of usage, more than 100,000 trackers and ads were blocked (that's more than 1,500 a day!), saving me more than 1.55gb in data and 1.5 hours of loading time. It really adds up.
2. On top of that, just by clicking the occasional ad pop-up (you can disable this completely), I earned 18.275 BAT (the native crypto of the Brave Browser), roughly equivalent to about 6.5 USD today. Not too shabby for my aimless browsing and procrastination.
3. Brave comes with an in-built VPN known as Tor. Tor allows you to bypass any firewall and visit websies that may be restricted in your country.
4. Many browsers today claim to have a private or incognito mode. However, this just means that your browsing history is not saved when browsing, but the activity is still visible to your ISP or employer (if you are using a company device). With Tor, your browsing is hidden from your ISP or employer, and your IP address is hidden from the sites you visit.
Start Using Brave Today
To summarize, switching to Brave is a win-win situation for you. You get to enjoy faster internet speeds, all while saving money and time in the process. As a bonus, you get to earn some added rewards as well.
Moving over from Google Chrome to Brave is a simple process. You can conveniently import all your existing bookmarks and passwords with just a few clicks. Brave is available both on Desktop and Mobile (iOS and Andriod).
In case you are interested, I have a referral code code to share for Brave downloads, at the following link. Unfortunately, I regret that there are no referee rewards that Brave shares for with referees at the moment. If you would like to use my download link, all proceeds from referrals go directly to the cost of running this website, which enables me to continue providing with you useful and quality content for free. Thank you and enjoy the ultimate internet browsing experience with Brave!