Looking for a refreshingly new internet browser that loads fast, blocks ads, and respects your privacy? Then look no further than Brave, the new browser created by Brendan Eich, the former CEO of Mozilla Firefox who was ousted from his position by the tolerance police.
So, why Brave?
“On the desktop, Brave provides a 40 percent to 60 percent speed increase, and a 2x to 4x speed increase on mobile devices,” Brave’s Catherine Corre told LifeSiteNews. “Therefore, mobile users also see a direct reduction in both battery and data plan consumption.”
I’ve been dabbling with Brave for iOS on the iPad and am pleased with not only its crisp interface, but also its speed. In fact, the speed at which it loads was obvious as soon as I began using it.
I’ve used Mozilla Firefox for over a decade and have been a loyal fan of the browser. But I prefer not to support a company that persecutes its employees for their religious beliefs. I am tired of fake tolerance that is really just a front for persecuting those who the tolerant don’t like.