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26 Jul, 2023
1 min time to read

Developed by The Browser Company, Arc 1.0 is currently exclusive to Mac and iOS users, but a Windows version is already planned.

Arc aims to revolutionize the web browsing experience by allowing users to customize and personalize the websites they visit. With Boosts, users can change colors, replace fonts, and even remove unwanted sections from webpages, giving them full control over the appearance and layout. These customizations can be shared with other users.

Arc 1.0, comes with several added features that have been added in recent weeks, including an optional toolbar, a site "control center," and support for picture-in-picture for Google Meet video calls. Additionally, the browser promises to be faster and more efficient.

One of the most significant departures from traditional browsers is the organization of browsing around switchable virtual spaces, effectively creating tab groups. This feature helps users stay focused on specific tasks, whether it's work-related or social networking. Frequently visited sites can be pinned for easy access, and advanced users will appreciate the convenience of the command bar.

While Arc may not completely replace popular browsers like Chrome, Edge, or Safari for some users, it offers a fresh perspective on web browsing. With its unique customization options and user-friendly interface, Arc appeals to those who want to reshape the web according to their preferences.

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