Many people on the forum seem to be concerned with the direction that Mozilla has chosen for Firefox. Brave, however, seems to be doing a lot of really interesting and innovative things. They’ve been baking in features like built-in ad blocking, tor private tabs, a privacy focused crypto ad service, and even including IPFS by default. Today they’ve announced a new search engine called Tailcat.
Tailcat will be an independent privacy focused search engine available to users in early spring or summer of this year. I say independent because it won’t rely on Google or Bing for curating it’s results as many alternative search engines like DuckDuckGo do.
Obviously we will need to wait and see how Tailcat’s search results are, but Brave’s CEO seems to think they’ve been quite promising. If it’s good, and with Brave doing all of these things, would it be enough for anyone to make the switch? If you’re a Brave user what are your thoughts on this? I look forward to discussing this with you all.