New Features For Brave Desktop Browser

I would like to suggest some new features, and I know some features already exist that need improvement.

Ad and Tracker Blocking: Brave Browser should block third-party ad trackers, cookies, and other privacy threats by default. Brave should prioritize privacy, block trackers, and offer additional security features. This prevents online advertising companies from using web browsing histories to fingerprint individual browsers over time, creating shadow user profiles to reveal information including a user’s interests, product searches, and more. Brave Browser should also include features like ad blocking, anti-phishing, and strong tracking protection.

**Password Manager: ** Brave should include a secure and safe password manager. Brave should securely store our passwords and help us generate strong, unique ones for different accounts.

Free Email Service: Brave should consider developing an email service offering end-to-end encrypted email communication, ensuring our emails remain private and secure.

User-Friendly Interface: Brave Browser should offer a clean and intuitive interface with features like vertical tabs, tabbed browsing, bookmark management, and customization options with rounded corners in tabs and windows.

Normal Private Secure Browsing: Brave Browser should offer a private browsing mode that minimizes data collection with strong fingerprinting protection. In this mode, our browser won’t save our history, cookies, or other browsing data. Brave should provide better protection against fingerprinting and cross-site tracking mechanisms. Brave should look for https:// in the URL, which indicates that the website is using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption for data transmission and warns users, if not with built-in anti-phishing features that warn us if we attempt to visit a deceptive site. Brave should block pop-ups, malicious redirects, and web scripts by default, including WebRTC leaks. Brave Browser should come with a lot of security and privacy tools built right in, including anti-fingerprinting technology that ensures that our unique device ID and browser profile aren’t accurately captured.

Anonymous Browsing: The Brave browser is known for its focus on anonymous browsing, using routing to ensure maximum anonymity.

Search Engine: Brave should use anonymous search engines like DuckDuckGo, Start Page, or even Brave Search by default, which don’t track our searches or store personal data, for easy and quick searches.

Tor Mode: Brave should route our connection through a decentralized network maintained by other users, which could be excellent for spoofing our IP address with complete anonymity and safety.

Private and Secure Extensions: Brave should consider adding browser extensions that enhance privacy, which include uBlock Origin (an ad blocker), HTTPS Everywhere (forces secure connections), Privacy Badger (blocks tracking scripts), the anti-fingerprinting extension, and other security extensions by default. Brave should also consider developing their own extension website and should only provide extensions that are determined to follow recommended best practices related to security, privacy, transparency, performance, and user experience.

In-built Translator: Brave Browser should have a free, user-friendly, no-nonsense, revolutionary, acclaimed, AI-powered bilingual web translation that helps us effectively bridge the information gap by intelligently recognizing and translating the main content of the webpage in a bilingual comparison, with the immersive translation providing a brand new reading experience for foreign texts. It also transforms any webpage input box into a multilingual translator, unlocking a bilingual real-time dialogue experience. One-click export bilingual e-books, support real-time bilingual translation of PDF, subtitle, TXT, and other file formats while hovering the mouse over any paragraph on any webpage, and the corresponding translation will appear immediately below optimizing for Google, Twitter, Reddit, YouTube, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, and other websites or all websites, making search, socialization, and information acquisition more smooth and efficient. Supporting up to 10+ translation services In immersive translation, we should be able to choose from more than 10 translation services, such as Deepl, OpenAI, Microsoft Translator, Google Translate, Tencent Translate, etc.

VPN Integration: Brave browsers should come with built-in free VPN functionality, which can help protect our privacy and security by encrypting our internet connection and hiding our IP address. Brave should offer robust encryption, fast speeds, and a wide server network that keeps our internet traffic secure and hides our IP address from prying eyes. Brave VPN should be usable for unblocking geo-restricted content and maintaining privacy while browsing. Brave VPN should encrypt all our internet traffic, not just our browser activity. protecting our data from all sites on the Internet. Brave VPN should offer more advanced security features that are less likely to have vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers. Brave VPN should provide more reliable connections and better performance (speed and stability), which should make it easier to use and lighter on system resources.
Brave VPN’s primary concern should be maximum security, privacy, fast speeds, and IP hiding for all our online activities.

Performance: Brave Browser should be designed to be faster and more efficient than other browsers, using various techniques like hardware acceleration and efficient memory management to ensure smooth performance while taking minimum impact on system resources and load.

Secure Encryption Tools: Brave Browser should have secure encryption tools like ‘DNS over HTTPS’ and ‘forcing HTTPS over HTTP’ etc. These tools can help protect our data from being intercepted or tampered with by hackers.

Regular Updates and Patches: Active development teams that consistently update and patch security holes are crucial for maintaining Brave browser security. The Brave Browser should get regular updates to its security and features on a daily basis, i.e., three updates per day rather than three updates per month. Brave Browser should regularly update itself to offer new features, improve security, and fix bugs.

Browser Settings: Brave should consider disabling unnecessary features like location tracking, personalized ads, and third-party cookies by default. By default, by deactivating autofill, spell check, auto-sync, and other common browser features that typically rely on unfettered access to our data, including JavaScript and Flash, Brave Browser should clear cache, cookies, and other site data on every browser closure, including browsing data and site settings.