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Nov. 21, 2022, 7:24 a.m. | /u/mrandr01d

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We all know Google is an advertising company, etc etc but I strongly prefer chromium based browsers, especially on mobile.

For anyone who's aware of Bromite, what changes are introduced that makes it better than plain ungoogled chromium, besides ad blocking? The ad blocking is really good btw, if you haven't already tried it. On a very superficial level, it looks like the default settings are all changed to be what you'd set them to if you were worried about …

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