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Alternatives to Brave

NATS, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, and Microsoft Edge are the most popular alternatives and competitors to Brave.
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What is Brave and what are its top alternatives?

It is a fast, private and secure web browser for PC and mobile. It blocks ads and trackers. It prevents you from being tracked by sneaky advertisers, malware and pop-ups.
Brave is a tool in the Web Browser category of a tech stack.

Top Alternatives to Brave

  • NATS
    NATS

    Unlike traditional enterprise messaging systems, NATS has an always-on dial tone that does whatever it takes to remain available. This forms a great base for building modern, reliable, and scalable cloud and distributed systems. ...

  • Firefox
    Firefox

    A free and open source web browser developed by The Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, Mozilla Corporation. Firefox is available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, BSD, and more. ...

  • Safari
    Safari

    It is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers. Handy tools help you save, find, and share your favorite sites. Built-in privacy features help keep your browsing your business. ...

  • Google Chrome
    Google Chrome

    Commonly known simply as Chrome. It was first released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows, and was later ported to Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android. ...

  • Microsoft Edge
    Microsoft Edge

    It is a fast and secure browser designed for Windows 10. Microsoft Edge comes exclusively with Windows 10 and cannot be downloaded or installed separately. It has easy tools to preview, group, and save tabs. Quickly find, manage, and open tabs you set aside without leaving the page you’re on. ...

  • Chromium
    Chromium

    A fully functional browser on its own and supplies the vast majority of code for the Google Chrome browser. ...

  • Opera Browser
    Opera Browser

    It is a secure, innovative browser with a built-in ad blocker, free VPN, units converter, social messengers, battery saver and much more - all for your best browsing experience. ...

  • Internet Explorer
    Internet Explorer

    It is a series of graphical web browsers included in the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems, starting in 1995. It was first released as part of the add-on package Plus! for Windows 95 that year ...

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NATS logo

NATS

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Lightweight publish-subscribe & distributed queueing messaging system
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PROS OF NATS
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    Fastest pub-sub system out there
  • 16
    Rock solid
  • 11
    Easy to grasp
  • 4
    Light-weight
  • 4
    Easy, Fast, Secure
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    Robust Security Model
CONS OF NATS
  • 2
    Persistence with Jetstream supported
  • 1
    No Order
  • 1
    No Persistence

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Reza Saadat
IoT Solutions Architect at GreenEdge · | 5 upvotes · 49K views
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I want to use NATS for my IoT Platform and replace it instead of the MQTT broker. is there any preferred added value to do that?

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Firefox logo

Firefox

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Mozilla's Web Browser
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PROS OF FIREFOX
  • 14
    Add-ons
  • 13
    Open source
  • 11
    Themes
  • 11
    Free
  • 10
    Screenshots
  • 9
    Privacy
  • 8
    Account sync
  • 7
    Inspector
  • 7
    Customizable
  • 7
    Faster
  • 6
    Simple
  • 4
    Smooth autoscroll
  • 4
    Independent
  • 3
    Easy
CONS OF FIREFOX
  • 5
    Slower
  • 3
    Complicated
  • 1
    It is now silencing voices

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Hello, I am currently looking for a tool for automation tests in order to implement it into our CI/CD pipeline for both web development but also for Android and iOS. I considered Cypress but I need compatibility with Safari. I have knowledge of Java, C#, and JavaScript so the language isn't an issue. Also looked into Nightwatchjs and Puppeteer but found these 3 above more interesting.

My main concern is:

  • Browser support - Desktop - needs to support Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Microsoft Edge (minimum)
  • Browser support - Mobile - Safari and Chrome (minimum)
  • App - Android and iOS

If possible i would like to avoid using another tool for mobile (like Appium)

What do you use? What is the one you recommend (even another from the ones mentioned)

Thank you very much for your help!

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Safari logo

Safari

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A graphical web browser
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PROS OF SAFARI
  • 4
    More secure
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    More secure
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    Has Mac Extensions
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    Shows advanced tracking controls
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    Better privacy
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    Has fingerprinting
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    Awesome for developers
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    Way faster than edge
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    Good logo
CONS OF SAFARI
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    Doesn't work on Windows
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    Tracks your every move
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    No PWAs
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    Webkit based
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    Stingy Apple product
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    Not cross-platform

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Niall Geoghegan
at experiential psychotherapy institute · | 8 upvotes · 63.2K views

I created a Squarespace website with multiple blog pages. I discovered that the native Squarespace commenting tool is not currently capable of letting people subscribe to my blog pages if they are using Google Chrome or Safari! I then discovered that Disqus email verification doesn't work with Yahoo Mail. I also hate that there's no way to turn off that email verification (which I don't need since I moderate all comments anyway). So I want to use a different commenting system. I've read some good things about Commento. Three questions: (1) will it work on a Squarespace site? (I'll pay a developer to integrate it for me) (2) Does it have its own issues/elements that don't work smoothly, similar to the other two? (3) Is there another plugin I should be considering for my Squarespace site?

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Hello, I am currently looking for a tool for automation tests in order to implement it into our CI/CD pipeline for both web development but also for Android and iOS. I considered Cypress but I need compatibility with Safari. I have knowledge of Java, C#, and JavaScript so the language isn't an issue. Also looked into Nightwatchjs and Puppeteer but found these 3 above more interesting.

My main concern is:

  • Browser support - Desktop - needs to support Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Microsoft Edge (minimum)
  • Browser support - Mobile - Safari and Chrome (minimum)
  • App - Android and iOS

If possible i would like to avoid using another tool for mobile (like Appium)

What do you use? What is the one you recommend (even another from the ones mentioned)

Thank you very much for your help!

See more
Google Chrome logo

Google Chrome

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A cross-platform web browser developed by Google
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PROS OF GOOGLE CHROME
  • 8
    Free
  • 7
    Extensions
  • 5
    Themes
  • 3
    Smooth autoscroll
CONS OF GOOGLE CHROME
  • 6
    Spyware
  • 4
    More prone to malware
  • 2
    Privacy

related Google Chrome posts

Niall Geoghegan
at experiential psychotherapy institute · | 8 upvotes · 63.2K views

I created a Squarespace website with multiple blog pages. I discovered that the native Squarespace commenting tool is not currently capable of letting people subscribe to my blog pages if they are using Google Chrome or Safari! I then discovered that Disqus email verification doesn't work with Yahoo Mail. I also hate that there's no way to turn off that email verification (which I don't need since I moderate all comments anyway). So I want to use a different commenting system. I've read some good things about Commento. Three questions: (1) will it work on a Squarespace site? (I'll pay a developer to integrate it for me) (2) Does it have its own issues/elements that don't work smoothly, similar to the other two? (3) Is there another plugin I should be considering for my Squarespace site?

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Hello, I am currently looking for a tool for automation tests in order to implement it into our CI/CD pipeline for both web development but also for Android and iOS. I considered Cypress but I need compatibility with Safari. I have knowledge of Java, C#, and JavaScript so the language isn't an issue. Also looked into Nightwatchjs and Puppeteer but found these 3 above more interesting.

My main concern is:

  • Browser support - Desktop - needs to support Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Microsoft Edge (minimum)
  • Browser support - Mobile - Safari and Chrome (minimum)
  • App - Android and iOS

If possible i would like to avoid using another tool for mobile (like Appium)

What do you use? What is the one you recommend (even another from the ones mentioned)

Thank you very much for your help!

See more
Microsoft Edge logo

Microsoft Edge

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A fast and secure way to get things done on the web
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PROS OF MICROSOFT EDGE
  • 12
    Faster
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    Simple
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    Free
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    Sync with Your Phone app
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    Compatible with most Chrome extensions
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    AutoFills passwords without even need for verification
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    Organised
  • 3
    Allows PWAs
  • 3
    Superfast
  • 3
    Blocks all trackers by default
  • 3
    So secure it needs no VPN
  • 2
    World's most secure browser
  • 2
    Easy and effective note taking
  • 2
    Privacy
  • 2
    Slower than Safari
  • 1
    Open Source
CONS OF MICROSOFT EDGE
  • 6
    Chromium-based
  • 4
    Sync with Microsoft Account
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    RAM Hungry, but not as hungry as Opera
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    Slightly faster
  • 2
    Superfast
  • 2
    Much faster than safari
  • 1
    Not as ram hungry as brave even with ublock

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Hello, I am currently looking for a tool for automation tests in order to implement it into our CI/CD pipeline for both web development but also for Android and iOS. I considered Cypress but I need compatibility with Safari. I have knowledge of Java, C#, and JavaScript so the language isn't an issue. Also looked into Nightwatchjs and Puppeteer but found these 3 above more interesting.

My main concern is:

  • Browser support - Desktop - needs to support Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Microsoft Edge (minimum)
  • Browser support - Mobile - Safari and Chrome (minimum)
  • App - Android and iOS

If possible i would like to avoid using another tool for mobile (like Appium)

What do you use? What is the one you recommend (even another from the ones mentioned)

Thank you very much for your help!

See more
Chromium logo

Chromium

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Google's open-source web browser project
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PROS OF CHROMIUM
    Be the first to leave a pro
    CONS OF CHROMIUM
      Be the first to leave a con

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      Opera Browser logo

      Opera Browser

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      A multiplatform web browser
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      PROS OF OPERA BROWSER
      • 7
        Twitter, Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram built in
      • 6
        Add extensions to sidebar
      • 6
        Player, and My Flow
      • 6
        Multiple Workspaces
      • 5
        Sidebar
      • 5
        VPN
      • 4
        Innovative
      • 3
        Speed Dial Built In
      • 2
        Add websites integrated to opera
      • 1
        Highlight search results in web pages
      • 1
        Search highlight inside site
      CONS OF OPERA BROWSER
      • 2
        Memory hungry
      • 1
        Developer version might provide a better experience 4 u
      • 0
        Stupid

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      Internet Explorer

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      A series of graphical web browsers included in the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems
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      PROS OF INTERNET EXPLORER
        Be the first to leave a pro
        CONS OF INTERNET EXPLORER
          Be the first to leave a con

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