Apple tends to recommend new applications in its App Store on a regular basis. It now appears that the Brave browser is part of these recommendations, with this a lot of interesting debates are sparked.
It appears that the technology giant sees no problem with Brave, even though it directly competes with the native Safari browser. While Brave is not directly tied to cryptocurrencies, its incentivization model certainly is.
Wikipedia explained Brave as “a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, Inc. based on the Chromium web browser. The browser blocks ads and website trackers. As of 2019, Brave has been released for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS.”
Brave makes it possible for it’s users to earn Rewards dubbed “Brave Rewards”. According to Brave’s official website:
“Brave Rewards lets you anonymously support the sites you visit. With Brave Rewards, your browser tallies the attention you spend on the sites you visit and divides up a monthly BAT contribution among sites based on your attention.
Nobody will know which sites you visit or support — including us here at Brave Software.”