Preface: Brave is still the best web browser, these are just some things that I find need to be changed in the beta version
1: The settings menu, which is the same look and organization as chrome’s settings menu, feels difficult to use and looks off-puttingly “Chrome”, but that’s coming from someone who doesn’t use chrome at all, and hasn’t for a very long time.
2: The extensions are great, but one of the things I was made aware of was the extension vetting process. Why make extensions unable to be used in incognito mode (except for when individually reactivated in the settings menu) if there will be a vetting process? I understand the vetting process is not complete yet, so if it is completely necessary to do this, why not show red question marks where the extensions are, and have you click them (and ask you whether you want to turn them back on without going back to the settings menu individually for every extension)
3: Private Tabs and Tor Tabs. It was great to be able to right click on the + sign or on a link and create a private or tor tab. Some people enjoy tor windows and incognito windows, but when I just need to access a website really quick without the cookies on, It was cool to just use a private tab. I believe private and tor tabs should make a return.
old (good) thing–>
4: I’m unsure what this thing is but it looks like the chrome profile thing. I’m unsure how it works. I know there are some functions in there, but they seem kind of out of place. If it is there for a reason, it would be cool, on shared desktop computers to have the locally stored cookies be shared between the “New Session” tabs in this sort of “Profile-y” manner
something to that effect, I don’t know. Just an idea since it’s there. It could be like a New Session Window.
Overall, tremendous job, you guys are awesome.