Polarity is a browser that has intuitive features. It is modeled after Chromium. You can visit any of your desired websites and not be as vulnerable on the security side of things. You can even bookmark your favorite pages after that.
You should note that whatever search engine you want to use will be available. We thought this feature was quite useful. You can also change this selection later on, so you are not locked into that first choice that you make.
When you first fire it up, it will ask you to choose your favorite search engine. You can then choose a number of other options that allow you to browse in private.
There is a privacy tool that lets you have peace of mind. There is no stored activity history, cookies, or cache. When you exit, it is all deleted. Data is also not sent to other third parties.
It comes with built in ad blocking. This means that pesky ads that play on videos or pop up around the web are no more.
You can also turn Java or JS off if you’re not using it. Sometimes, security issues arise from these technologies. It will filter them out so you don’t have to worry about it.
We thoroughly enjoyed the ability to turn voice speech into text on the screen. If we wanted to dictate an email or type something in, all we had to do was talk. It works with various microphones, so no matter what setup you use it will work.
Finding a browser that optimizes privacy is not easy. Yet, it is more important than ever. Polarity combines modern features with ease of use to make it a compelling option for those needing security online.