Protonmail is great, why not making a Proton Web Browser?
I'm sure our security on line would increase a 100% with a Proton Browser to get rid of safari, opera, firefox, etc. If you make one we'll be total and complete.
YOUNIZIA - FRANCE commented
Ça serai génial
That's kind of what Brave is for...
Eric Nicholls commented
Rather than creating a new web browser, I would love them to provide support to an Open Source Web Browser like GNOME Web.
I seem to agree with several commenters. ProtonMail should focus on email. They can build a browser when they are happy with the function of the email service.
There are already many excellent browsers that pay attention to privacy, such as brave, Firefox, and TOR. I oppose Protonmail's development of browsers and should put the resource movement elsewhere.
They have too much to fix on their email services first. There are many great, safe browsers already. This would be nice, but it isn't a priority -- we can't even "preview" files yet and have to download them, for goodness sake.
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Anthony Marciano commented
Protonmail is great but most of the people use chrome browser than the others. I also work my my project https://rohtasmarketing.com/rda-approved-societies/ on Google Chrome browser because they have plenty of options in plugings
Diana Casoria commented
Yes it's quite fast & reliable browser than others but you need to add extension as well just like in Google chrome. I normally manage my website that is https://invictusxp.com in Google chrome because there are lot of extension that i am using in website back end.
This already exists in Firefox with a good privacy extension. Plus, there's an extreme amount of difficulty in both making your own web browser (that isn't based on Google's Chromium) in and of itself, and then promoting it so that people actually use it. Then, once it's made, how would they monetize it? Good idea, but unfortunately it's near to impossible.
mabel goodrich commented
Thanks for sharing.
It's cool, but I would personally prefer that their engineering cycles focus on improving their current feature offerings. For example, Proton Calendar falls very short of any professional minimum requirements.
A ProtonWebBrowser would be awesome to round out the Proton family of apps.
Let's do it Proton Team!(this is where I get out my pompoms😊)
Happy New Year to you all🎆
I think the last thing we need is another browser - being spoken as a developer and lover of a web that is as open as possible.
Honestly, I think there need to be more browser engines out there. That being said, I don't think that Proton should be working on this, as it does not seem to directly further their cause.
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If this project will not affect the progress of already-existing Proton apps, then it must be done. I will use Proton browser even if it lacks some features.
Despite Firefox and Brave are good for privacy, I don't use them because they get eventually slow and sometimes crashes.
I vote in favor of a reliable Proton Web Browser that has a clean interface and functions fast and smooth.
Try brave: https://brave.com/
I agree with everyone else, I use Brave and it's been great.
Tor is the most secure browser out there that I know of to date. It's product of Mozella Firefox and Brave. Secure Tor Onion browsing can be added and accessed on Brave when you want to go private.
Try it with your VPN, I love it.
I absolutely do not want this, the last thing everyone needs is another web browser wrapped around a Chromium engine. I agree with the majority of the comments that mention how wasteful this would be with Proton resources.
Firefox is an excellent open-source browser that already focuses on privacy.