While you are reading this, the chances are you are using Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera or Internet Explorer (IE). That is because these tend to be the only choices on offer. Although each of the big browsers will try to convince you that you have a choice. The simple truth is you do not. You are confined to using these five main choices which generally-speaking are increasingly converging and becoming more alike with each update. That is until now!
Breach Browser is an extremely new browser. In fact this has only just been released in its first public Alpha and is barely a baby compared to the elders of the browser world. If you are now shouting at your screen “So, why should I care” then listen a little longer.
Breach Browser is a completely open-source browser and more importantly is completely customisable. Now before we go further I should point out you cannot simply just install this browser by downloading the app from the Play Store. Nope, instead this a browser for the geeks. When booting for the first time Breach simply shows a warning that there are no modules installed. From this point on it is up to you to code and install the necessary modules…more to the points the modules YOU want. Welcome to the world of a self-supported web-app.
So yes, you will need some technical ability to use Breach, but if you have the know-how then you will enjoy this browser. For instance imagine vertical tabs! As the Breach developers state, anything is possible
You can download Breach by visiting the browser website but remember this is an Alpha version and will be in its very earliest stage.