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Pro Safety and privacy well taken care of
Things like https everywhere and no tracking are standard with Brave. In most other browsers, things like these are optional at best.
Pro Free/libre software
Released to the community under the Mozilla Public License (MPL), this software respect the FSF's four freedoms, including the freedom to use, modify, and redistribute with or without modification freely.
Pro Built in Adblock
Contains an optional "Allow Brave Acceptable Ads" So you can support the site you truly enjoy.
Pro Option to disable additional privacy concerns
Like fingerprint tracking.
Pro Option to pay supported sites based on view time percentage
Set up automatic micro-donations. Brave will automatically divide a monthly donation among the top sites you visit.
And/or, you can decide which sites get what percentage of your donation. It’s called pinning.
Pro Planned optional feature for you to get reimbursed for viewing ads
Basic Attention Token; you will be able to opt into a new blockchain-based digital advertising system, giving publishers a better deal and users a share of the ad revenue for their attention.
Pro Tor is available right in the browser
Con New, and a bit buggy still
Developers are rapidly killing bugs, but it still sometimes suffers a glitch or two. Until the developers get caught up, it still feels like a brand new product.
Con Poor plugin support
Still missing many essential plugins
Con Doesn't use the original Chromium UI
Brave doesn't use the original Chromium interface at the moment, that means a lot of features are missing and need to be reimplemented. However, Brave 1.0 plans to fix this.