Brave Sync Now Available for iPhones and iPads
Brave Sync is now available in today’s Brave for iOS release (version 1.9). Already a feature in the Brave desktop browser and Brave for Android app, Brave Sync for iOS enables users to automatically sync browsing data between devices running the Brave browser.
Brave Sync currently supports bookmarks. Other data such as tabs, history, passwords, autofill, as well as Brave Rewards, will be available in the coming months.
Brave Sync is completely opt-in. Once you enable it on one device, it is easy to add more devices to Brave Sync by scanning a QR code or entering a secret phrase on the new device. More details are available here.
Brave Sync provides the privacy and security that users expect from Brave. Brave Sync is always end-to-end encrypted with a key controlled only by the user. This means Brave’s servers never see user data, since they do not have access to these encryption keys. Brave servers also can’t tell which types of devices are making updates or how many devices there are.
If you have any questions or feedback about Brave Sync for iOS, please contact us here. We look forward to hearing from you and hope you enjoy our cross-platform Brave Sync.
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