Brave, the web browser is now compatible with the Mac M1

Brave navigator fits M1

The native Mac browser is really cool. Yes, we are talking about Safari, but on certain occasions we may need another one to be able to navigate in an even more secure way through the networks. We can for example use a VPN but if we do not want to complicate our lives too much or do not need so much control, we can use search engines and browsers that focus on privacy. For example Brave, the private browser that now it is compatible with the Mac M1.

Privacy It is one of the pillars of Apple. One of the premises on which they always launch their devices and on which they have been the protagonists of many news. But also, we can add our grain of sand so that our lives are even more private.

We can, for example, use tools such as VPNs, but if we don't need them we can use anonymous search engines that do not collect browsing data. as DuckDuck Go and a private browser like Brave. 

Brave is the definition of privacy on the Internet and now with the latest update it has become fully compatible with Macs with the M1 chip. So in addition to privacy we will obtain speed and stability.

Our latest desktop browser update of the year (v1.18.77) features native support for MacS M1, a location fix for Brave Rewards, and fixes for playing videos on HBO Max and IMDb.

Brave blocks ad trackers by default and it claims to be faster blocking most of them compared to other browsers. It is built on the Chrome engine, which has been associated with high memory usage and low battery performance.

It is a totally safe and free product, so it doesn't hurt to give it a try. We don't lose anything and we have a lot to gain if we like this browser.

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  1.   JP said

    Since I have the Macbook M1 I no longer charge BAT for browsing. I did not find any solution. They only say that you have to review the region and I have it well configured.