The free open-source Brave browser has released the 1.0 official version today. During the Beta test, it has already attracted 8 million more active users. But now, the full stable version has been pushed to all platforms of Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. As a browser with privacy features, Brave automatically blocks third-party ads, trackers, and autoplay of videos.
The user can adjust the above settings according to actual needs. But for those who are afraid of trouble, Brave’s default privacy settings are quite practical. While other browsers have taken steps to block trackers and ads, they are mostly limited or need to be manually enabled.