I know there are great browsers are out there like Firefox, Brave, etc. But ~6-7 years ago, I decided to move from Firefox to Chrome. Honestly, right now this moment can't remember my reasons, but I just decided to move fully there, even I still have Firefox installed.
Even I am on Chrome still, it doesn't mean it's the best browser for sure. We all know it resource-hungry, and it's by naughty Google 🕵️♀️.
Since my business a lot depends on Google products, I decided to stay with Chrome. A have a lot of Chrome Extension using it daily and very hard to live without it, and I am not sure would they work the same on other browsers. Didn't do research, even I know that Brave is built on Chromium, and might be able to work.
Also my project https://automatio.co currently heavily depends on the Chrome browser, since the part of Automatio is a Chrome Extension.
I like the philosophy of Brave, ad blocking, earning, privacy by default will definitely explore in the future. Actually, I used brave in 2017/2018 I think when they launched their ICO. It looked like one rare and real project among thousands of other shitty/scammy ICO projects.
Moved from Chrome to Edge - the main reason, Chrome was absorbing my whole RAM during the time. Yes, I am one of those who work with millions of tabs but eventually, Chrome was benefitting from this habit of mine to empower itself😂
Depends on the device, for a desktop I use Google Chrome only. It has the best store with extensions, also I really like the browser’s interface and all the built-in products: gmail, google docks, calendar, etc. But on my phone I prefer to use Safari.
Moved from Opera to Firefox to Chrome a few years ago. Haven't really felt the need to move since, except when Chrome slows everything down (I have a too-many-tabs problem). I also use Safari sometimes just because it's baked into my devices. Tried Vivaldi and Edge, but nothing feels as seamless as Chrome is at syncing across devices. And inertia too, can't deny that.