Google Chrome is universal in every phone, laptop, or tablet by far the most used internet browser in the world. Chrome grasps almost 70% market share ahead of the other browsers. It has its reasonable share of cons as well. There are characteristics in which other browsers prosper better than Chrome. If you are looking to replace Google’s browser, here are some fine choices.
A browser very similar to Chrome but claims to be “three times faster than Chrome with better privacy by default than Firefox. It uses 35% less battery on mobile. It is based on the Chromium engine.
It works well with Apple devices, syncing of data is smooth. It remains mainly focused on privacy. Safari is relatively faster than Chrome on Mac devices. It remains as secure as ever. It adds the tracking feature which tells you the website’s users are tracking. It is more secure in terms of sharing any sort of user data.
A browser available both on mobile and desktop and was created by developers who worked on the Opera browser. It empowers end-to-end encryption when syncing data between mobile and desktop browsers. It has a built-in screenshot tool, which is handy.
Internet Explorer is the default browser. However, Microsoft moved to Edge and based it on Chromium with very much like Chrome and has similar features.
Firefox is the world’s third most popular browser. It has built a good collection of handy extensions. It is more privacy-oriented than Chrome and faster on mobile as well.
With the new edge, you do not need only chrome on your Windows PC. The chrome integrates well with the google search bar widget on the smartphones.