bromite VS ungoogled-chromium

Compare bromite vs ungoogled-chromium and see what are their differences.

bromite

Bromite is a Chromium fork with ad blocking and privacy enhancements; take back your browser! (by bromite)

ungoogled-chromium

Google Chromium, sans integration with Google (by ungoogled-software)
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bromite ungoogled-chromium
455 362
4,941 15,956
2.5% 1.1%
8.9 7.5
11 days ago 4 days ago
Python
GNU General Public License v3.0 only BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License
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bromite

Posts with mentions or reviews of bromite. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-02-07.
  • looking for best FOSS BROWSER
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/fossdroid | 7 Feb 2023
    Unfortunately I discovered bromite when it was already apparently outdated. I'm settle with Kiwi Browser for now: not the best privacy-wise but is clean and has full chromium extension support. Just install uBlock and be happy. Brave was just so bloated. I can't really use firefox or any of its fenix forks because they look like oldschool android experience in tablets. Have been like this since 2020 and still be to fix, ridiculous. Also becoming worst and worst after each update in my phone, so much graphical bugs.
  • Blocking youtube ads
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/GrapheneOS | 27 Jan 2023
    If you're fine using one of the Firefox variants, ublock origin should be available. Bromite also has an integrated ad blocker. I think Bromite and Vanadium teams interact with each other a decent amount and contribute to each others projects if I understand correctly.
  • Adblock
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/brasil | 18 Jan 2023
    Bromite
  • Where can I download Bromite Browser from?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/androidapps | 15 Jan 2023
    Go to bromite.org and scroll down to the bottom you will see a download bromite button just click on it. Or you can go to their GitHub page https://github.com/bromite/bromite, then go to the releases page and download the latest apk.
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/androidapps | 15 Jan 2023
  • List 2 for Apps With Material You Support
    16 projects | reddit.com/r/androidapps | 14 Jan 2023
    Almost All Chrome based Browsers LikeKiwi Browser and [bromite]https://github.com/bromite/bromite)
  • Anyone else very indecisive about which browser to use?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/androidapps | 12 Jan 2023
    have you tried Bromite?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/androidapps | 12 Jan 2023
    Kiwi browser supports extension, yeah, but check "data safety" for it in play store. I never used it just because of this. Currently using Bromite https://github.com/bromite/bromite
  • The ad that pops up when searching for a framework laptop on Google
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/linuxmemes | 11 Jan 2023
    Install Bromite, it has adblock built-in: https://www.bromite.org/
  • [28 Dec 2022] Privacy lovers of India, what are your best tips for online safety & privacy in 2022?
    7 projects | reddit.com/r/india | 27 Dec 2022
    Some realistic things that people can do without affecting their online usage: - Use temporary emails if you don't want to give your real email to a website, but must enter one to access the page/asset. - Use email alias services like SimpleLogin, or Firefox Relay to create email alias for your social media/other accounts. - Don't use voice/video chat features on your browser? Disable WebRTC, it is known to leak your IP address, or use a VPN if you must. But don't use a VPN if you don't need one. - On your router, block access to Google's DNS (some apps will use DoH to connect to their DNS), and change your primary DNS to Quad9, or AdGuard. Or configure NextDNS for your own use case. If you don't have blocking feature on your router, you should be able to use routing rules to forward any traffic to Google's DNS to 0.0.0.0. - If you need extra blocking features, look at RethinkDNS app/website to configure your own block lists. - Use Firefox and configure the security/privacy policies as you need. If you don't want that, use Ungoogled Chromium. If you want to use Firefox, but don't know how to secure it any further than what's enabled by default, use LibreWolf. - Use Bromite on Android instead of Chrome. Bromite offers some blocking capabilities, which Chrome doesn't. You can also use Firefox and install uBlock Origin. - Whenever you install a new app, don't just give access to everything it asks for without considering if the app really needs that access. For instance, if you install a game, but you know that you won't be using voice features, don't give it access to your microphone. It may sound trivial, but some apps ask for contacts, sms, storage, internet, camera, etc. even if they shouldn't be accessing any of those. - Disable background data usage for non-critical apps. - Search and use debloating guides specific for your Android manufacturer and Windows to disable unnecessary apps. - Don't use free VPN apps unless it is a well known player in the field, like AdGuard, Proton etc. - Before install any app using APK source, always scan it online using virustotal.

ungoogled-chromium

Posts with mentions or reviews of ungoogled-chromium. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-02-03.
  • How do I make a chromium based browser?
    5 projects | reddit.com/r/browsers | 3 Feb 2023
    Get the source and compile it. Ungoogled chromium seems like a good base for a privacy browser: https://github.com/ungoogled-software/ungoogled-chromium/ As far as how to actually modify it in a meaningful way, idk, there’s probably some obscure documention for it somewhere. You chose probably one of the hardest hobby coding projects, probably on par with LFS and stuff like that. So for something more obtainable, a python + WebKit browser is also an option.
  • Google Chrome 110 released with RTX Video Super Resolution enabled by default
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/nvidia | 1 Feb 2023
    I recently found a degoogled version of chrome.on GitHub. It does have changes to it besides removing all the links to Google services. So it hopefully will keep adblockers intact. https://github.com/ungoogled-software/ungoogled-chromium
  • Par pitié installez UBlock ou le navigateur Brave pour contrer les pubs sur Youtube
    18 projects | reddit.com/r/france | 31 Jan 2023
  • If you had a laptop with intel core duo and 3 gigs of ram, what Linux distro should you install on it?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/linuxmasterrace | 27 Jan 2023
    Ungoogled chromium may be another good choice. I use it on one of my Debian VMs which has 2 gigs of ram; takes ~180M ram with a couple tabs open.
  • Propaganda-churing machines
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/linuxmemes | 25 Jan 2023
  • Comparison of browsers for privacy? | By privacytests.org
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/degoogle | 21 Jan 2023
    Ungoogled chromium is it's on browser https://github.com/ungoogled-software/ungoogled-chromium There is plans to add more browsers sometime
  • Debian 12 "Bookworm" Hits Its First Freeze
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/linux | 19 Jan 2023
    Release upgrades are much more complex than simply upgrading your system. This is not ArchLinux. Debian is a release based distro. Packages get dropped, packaged get changed. You may also install an application out of the debian repo like Codium or Ungoogled Chromium or simply have various foreign packages in your system from other applications or personal modifications of packages like i like doing and sometimes forget i have.
  • The only use I have for Edge.
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace | 18 Jan 2023
    At the very least you would use this
  • Every browser sucks
    5 projects | reddit.com/r/browsers | 16 Jan 2023
    If you like the chromium experience and the only drawback for you is the lack of privacy, then you should probably try Ungoogled Chromium: https://github.com/ungoogled-software/ungoogled-chromium . If you choose this browser you can download it from here: https://ungoogled-software.github.io/ungoogled-chromium-binaries/
  • [28 Dec 2022] Privacy lovers of India, what are your best tips for online safety & privacy in 2022?
    7 projects | reddit.com/r/india | 27 Dec 2022
    Some realistic things that people can do without affecting their online usage: - Use temporary emails if you don't want to give your real email to a website, but must enter one to access the page/asset. - Use email alias services like SimpleLogin, or Firefox Relay to create email alias for your social media/other accounts. - Don't use voice/video chat features on your browser? Disable WebRTC, it is known to leak your IP address, or use a VPN if you must. But don't use a VPN if you don't need one. - On your router, block access to Google's DNS (some apps will use DoH to connect to their DNS), and change your primary DNS to Quad9, or AdGuard. Or configure NextDNS for your own use case. If you don't have blocking feature on your router, you should be able to use routing rules to forward any traffic to Google's DNS to 0.0.0.0. - If you need extra blocking features, look at RethinkDNS app/website to configure your own block lists. - Use Firefox and configure the security/privacy policies as you need. If you don't want that, use Ungoogled Chromium. If you want to use Firefox, but don't know how to secure it any further than what's enabled by default, use LibreWolf. - Use Bromite on Android instead of Chrome. Bromite offers some blocking capabilities, which Chrome doesn't. You can also use Firefox and install uBlock Origin. - Whenever you install a new app, don't just give access to everything it asks for without considering if the app really needs that access. For instance, if you install a game, but you know that you won't be using voice features, don't give it access to your microphone. It may sound trivial, but some apps ask for contacts, sms, storage, internet, camera, etc. even if they shouldn't be accessing any of those. - Disable background data usage for non-critical apps. - Search and use debloating guides specific for your Android manufacturer and Windows to disable unnecessary apps. - Don't use free VPN apps unless it is a well known player in the field, like AdGuard, Proton etc. - Before install any app using APK source, always scan it online using virustotal.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing bromite and ungoogled-chromium you can also consider the following projects:

chromium - The official GitHub mirror of the Chromium source

brave-browser - Next generation Brave browser for Android, Linux, macOS, Windows.

brave-core - Core engine for the Brave browser for Android, Linux, macOS, Windows. For issues https://github.com/brave/brave-browser/issues

browser

ungoogled-chromium-android - Android build for ungoogled-chromium

Mull - [DEPRECATED See Mull-Fenix] Build scripts for a web browser built upon Mozilla technology

iceraven-browser - Iceraven Browser

iridium-browser - Iridium Browser source code

Firefox-UI-Fix - 🦊 I respect proton UI and aim to improve it.

uBlock - uBlock Origin - An efficient blocker for Chromium and Firefox. Fast and lean.

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