Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Privacy oriented
The developers have taken great care to maximize privacy benefits while maintaining useful features. Per their website:
"Before Iridium Browser, we had to decide if we wanted to have cutting edge technologies like sandboxed processes, WebRTC, WebUSB … , or if we wanted to use a browser that respects our privacy. So we decided to use the power of free software and build a browser that can do both. We analysed the code of Chromium and stripped out the functionality which exposes data to others in a way we don‘t like."
Pro Extensions are updated manually
Pro Lots of extensions available
Due to access to the Chrome Web store.
Pro Simple installation
Easy-to-install on many operating systems.
Pro Based on Google Chrome
Con Slow updates
Since the whole Chromium Release need to be scanned, PC users may wait half a year while the Chrome base gets updated five or six iterations.
Sometimes, removing extensions won't work. Some websites downright refuse to load, no matter the settings.