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Polarity

A brand new light weight, private, and flexible web browser

Polarity

A brand new light weight, private, and flexible web browser

Polarity is an efficiency and privacy oriented web browser aimed to put the control back into the user. These days, many web browsers are enormous with compared to what they were years ago without any focus on minimizing memory footprint or battery usage. Polarity offers a multitude of features and blazing fast browsing speeds while maintaining low resource usage through better memory allocation.

The browser also offers a number of privacy oriented features including private browsing, cookie management, sandboxing, VPN support, and pBlock (think of it as your personal firewall). Why settle for other browsers slow down and track you overtime when you can take back your privacy and RAM?

This is a screenshot of the 12 browsers I've used within the last few weeks. https://puu.sh/u9PGY/a4f1a59270.png

One of them now sells for $2,000. Can you guess which one, & why?

It relish the opportunity to beta test your browser, or whatever the situation is in that regard.

Intrigued,
Tobias
@OutDream Note to @betalist staff, need edit button. thx. =)
You are talking about security and your website doesn't even have HTTPS.
@ArjunMenon As with everything, providing and supplying security does cost money. I've built this using my spare time and whatever funds I could scrape together in my time in college to make the best product I can while maintaining and updating the browser almost weekly. I have personally put a lot of time developing Polarity 9 in the past few months and getting feedback from users in order to make the browsing experience that is truly flexible. With that being said, I could gladly use your support. :)
@hudididudidi That really sounds lame. You know how to build a "web browser" just like that in your spare time with advanced security and top of the line privacy but, ironically, not ensure good standards for its own website?
Anyway, I would keep a watch on how your project progresses. Good luck.

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