As the browser market is dominated by Google Chrome, browser makers are trying new ways to win over audiences.
Apple said that the Dissenter iOS browser was rejected based on “defamatory and mean-spirited content” found in Gab’s other products outside of the App Store.
This new partnership could be a Slack competitor to companies that value privacy.
Mozilla makes most of its money from Google and it wants to change that.
Many were wondering what would happen to other chromium browsers after the Chrome changes. Here’s the answer.
The news comes as Apple has faced increased scrutiny over the alleged monopolistic control it holds over the App Store in recent months.
ProtonMail gets an upgrade.
Apparently it’s a better “user experience”.
It’s not the first time Google hasn’t played nice with other browsers.
Decentralizing who gets to decide the appropriateness of content is a novel idea.