Today, the alternative browser provider Brave announced that its Firewall + VPN service is now accessible on Macs and PCs in addition to iPhones, iPads, and Android phones and tablets.
Long available on the iPhone and iPad, Brave’s VPN service is now cross-platform for all Brave users. With the new cross-platform capabilities, the Brave VPN membership, which costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year, may be used simultaneously on five different devices.
To provide a more private surfing experience and avoid tracking across websites, the Brave browser is made to block advertisements and trackers. However, the Brave Firewall + VPN also offers protection from trackers not associated with the Brave browser. It prevents apps and websites from accessing IP addresses and location data. However, trackers and “other internet nuisances” are blocked by the service’s Firewall.
Customers of the Brave VPN can enable the Mac service by using the Brave browser, selecting the Settings option, and turning on the VPN.
During the following few days, users in various locations will start to receive the desktop VPN option. Users should check again “soon” if it is not now available, according to Brave. Users of iPhone and Android smartphones can sign in to their accounts and connect additional mobile or desktop devices.