Posted 2 years ago | by Ben Armstrong

Brave Launches New Sync Functionality for Android and Desktop

Brave has launched version 1.12 of its browser, improving the syncing functionality for the Android and desktop browsers

The browser allows users to regain control over their browsing experience by block all kinds of tracking functionalities used by websites and companies, bringing privacy and improved performance. To learn more about brave and take your browsing to a new level, click here. 

Sync v2 Improves Compatibility with Chromium’s Sync System

With the introduction of Brave browser’s version 1.12 comes the improvement of one of the main features to offer better sync functionality on all supported platforms.

Brave is expecting that this improvement over Sync V1 will be useful for users who use its browser in multiple platforms and allow them to be more efficient when it comes to their browsing, improving their experience overall.

The new sync functionality supports numerous the syncing of multiple forms of data including Bookmarks, Passwords, Autofill, Data, History, Open Tabs, Extensions, Themes, Settings, and Apps.

According to Brave, Brave's sync server follows the Chromium sync protocol but encrypts data records by default on the client-side, which ensures the privacy of all the information before it even leaves the user’s system.

The Feature is Already Available for the Android and Desktop Versions

Users who want to take advantage of the feature will need to update Brave Browser to version 1.12 on all their devices, with it being already available on Google Play, while the desktop version will update automatically.

If the update doesn’t take place, users can check for the new update by going to the menu and selecting “About Brave, or they can download the new version from the official Brave website.

According to the company, iOS will be supporting the feature soon as the update will be available in the near future.

Since the mobile version of Brave does not support extensions or themes, some of the newly supported items are only available on desktop systems.

Users are required to set up sync functionality again since Sync v2 is an entirely new system that is not compatible with the previous version.

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ef4f73e9ddeb61becab57469962fa946?s=90&d=blank&r=g Brave Launches New Sync Functionality for Android and DesktopBen Armstrong is a YouTuber, podcaster, crypto enthusiast, & creator of Better known as BitBoy Crypto, he works hard to educate and inform the crypto community.

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