Three months ago, Brave previewed Leo—the browser-native AI assistant—on its Nightly channel for developers and testers. Today, we're excited to announce that Brave Leo is ready for all Brave users.Read this article →
Brave Translate Boosts Supported Languages From 15 to 108
We’re excited to announce that we’ve expanded support for Brave Translate—our tool to translate websites privately and securely—and that we’ve added 93 languages, going from 15 supported languages to 108! New languages include Chinese, Hindi, and Arabic—check out the full list. Brave Translate is currently available for desktop and Android (v1.45), with iOS support coming in a future update.
Chromium’s native translation service caches user translation requests, passing that data along to Google’s API. Brave Translate, however, is privacy-preserving and enables users to privately translate websites in over 100 languages, without exposing browsing activity. Brave uses a self-hosted server and the Lingvanex translation engine to power translations, which means no caching, and no feeding your translation requests to privacy-threatening models.
Brave Translate works quickly and efficiently, providing high quality translation without relying on Big Tech. It’s just one more way that the Brave browser continues to differentiate itself from the competition and put users first. Download Brave, and test out Brave Translate today.
The Search team is excited to announce the launch of Image, News, and Video search results in the Brave Search API, which was recently released this past May.Read this article →
Brave recently released Leo (our native AI assistant) to Nightly users. We have since incorporated a lot of feedback, and made numerous improvements.Read this article →
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