It's a proprietary browser based on Chromium. That means it's probably going to be similar to Chrome, but with some additional features.

So no, I don't think it's a good alternative. At least if your primary concern is privacy. Perhaps you can have a look at QupZilla? Despite it's name, it is NOT based on Mozilla Firefox. It uses WebKit, so it's actually closer to Chromium. I don't think it offers a lot of pro-privacy features, but it's probably more private than Chrome & co.
posted by Tirifto 3 years and 9 months ago Link

Is "Comodo Dragon" also a bad alternative?
posted by ddg.ps01 3 years and 9 months ago Link