Brave blocks… Open-in-app notices

Almost every website has its own mobile app—and they really want you to use it. So when you visit a site like facebook.com or youtube.com in your browser, you’ll probably see an annoying “open-in-app” message.

Why? Mostly so they collect more of your data. Really, the experience can be just as good in your browser—and if you visit in the Brave browser, you’re more protected, too.

Brave blocks ads, trackers, and cookies on sites like Reddit and YouTube. Now, Brave can also block those annoying “open-in-app” notices, too.

See the difference?

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Open-in-app blocking is just one more way Brave is making the Web better—easier, faster, less frustrating, and more private.

Just download Brave, and enjoy built-in blocking of the Web’s biggest annoyances.

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Brave’s easy-to-use browser blocks ads by default, making the Web cleaner, faster, and safer for people all over the world.

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  1. Download Brave

    Click “Save” in the window that pops up, and wait for the download to complete.

    Wait for the download to complete (you may need to click “Save” in a window that pops up).

  2. Run the installer

    Click the downloaded file at the top right of your screen, and follow the instructions to install Brave.

    Click the downloaded file, and follow the instructions to install Brave.

  3. Import settings

    During setup, import bookmarks, extensions, & passwords from your old browser.

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