Well…Well…Well A “new” browser? Hmmmm…OK–I bit on the article. Interesting…went to the signup page (yes. it’s not “really” ready for the masses yet) & it even asked if I wanted a Linux version…Based (very loosely) on Chrome/Chromium…Well, we’ll see…
Here, take a look-- https://www.inverse.com/gear/arc-web-browser-the-browser-company-josh-miller & say what you think… I’m interested in it & did sign up (on?) Will see how long it takes them to get back to me…
Signup page: https://arc.net/
It is vivaldi with another name
I would be very careful about it. I certainly wouldn’t use it if it contained any proprietary lines of code.
likely just another average chromium variant
i like how they’re already trying to play the “we’re your friends” bit, theyre gonna “fight chrome”…using chrome
EDIT: looked at the article…and yeah, it really doesnt have anything worth looking at. Chrome is Chrome is Chrome.
I seriously doubt that. Vivaldi is a great browser after all.
It took me just doing a quick scroll of that page to see it’s mostly fluff.
It’s not. At all. I’ve been using Vivaldi for a few years now, and I love it in my Linux boxes, but Arc is something different. It’s got a very keyboard-driven UI that would translate really well to a Linux power user’s setup. Vivaldi is a tab stacker’s paradise, but Arc aims to keep things clean and clutter free by allowing users to create new workspaces (think virtual desktops) to organize their workflow. When I use my MacBook, Arc is my default browser. When I’m on my Linux installs, it’s Vivaldi, simply because Arc isn’t available. Arc has a lot of other great features - great picture-in-picture being one - but I don’t want to bore anyone with a mountain of details. Simply put, Arc is amazing, and is every bit as good as Vivaldi, but they’re not the same at all.
welcome on the purple side
take care to not post into old threads…mostly outdated and nothing really to add after a longer period of time…
In this case it would be possible i think if someone really used the arc browser ?