Arc

Arc

This new web browser is going to kill Chrome
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Chris Messina
Chris Messina
⭐ Top reviewer

Founder & Leadership at Ride Home AI Fund

63 reviews
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Absolutely love Arc. It's not for everyone — but it's become my default browser... and that's saying A LOT!
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Cristina Bunea
Cristina Bunea
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CommandBar

14 reviews
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Arc is the only alternative browser that I actually managed to stick with. I love the small details, the animations, the command palette, and how easy it is to navigate through tabs. I also enjoy how clutter-free it feels, even when I have a million tabs open. Since it's a relatively new product, there are more bugs than with other established browser, and a few more limitations in terms of add-ons. Still, I see the team constantly shipping updates, so that's good!
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Lorenzo Satta Chiris
16. Developer, Blogger, Einote founder
30 reviews
Amazing. Please launch also for windows soon!
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Abdal Yousef
Founder @Jaeves.com
3 reviews
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I've absolutely fallen in love with Arc as my go-to browser. Its standout features like the 'Mini arc' for quick link previews and efficient tab management have transformed my web browsing. The continuous updates show the team's commitment to excellence. It's more than a browser; it's a revolution in productivity and organization.
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Maksim
Maksim

Founder & Leadership at Dinosave

18 reviews
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Been using it for months and not looking back! There were a few important things I had to give up for it due to Chromium, but it was worth it! To name them: Keychain access and airplay. The productivity and organisational aspect of it is killing all other browsers for me. Mini arc is super useful to preview links, many small details thought out, just happy using it as a designer myself, want to express my gratitude towards creators of the browser, to keep pushing for what we - humans need and don't charge anything for using it (yet?) but I'd gladly pay to continue using arc. Recent Boosts feature is a killer too and with it, the leap from other browser only got bigger. I just hope the core of the browsing - efficiency and speed will match best in class browsers soon!
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Robbie Ierubino

Freelance Motion Graphic Artist & Designer (+ Music Producer) at Studio Eye (in development)

1 review
I believe that Arc is about to make the next generation of web browsing through organization and development. I'm glad to have Arc on my Mac and, now, iPhone. The only thing I am expecting is the iPad version of the browser itself! But, now that it is available in Apple’s App Store as iOS only, I hope their app will become broader for iPadOS and macOS through the store as well. And I wish them luck in making their browser run on Microsoft Windows. 😁🤞
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Daniel Zaitzow
Spearheading Ops at ContentBlocks 🚀
175 reviews
The team at ARC never ceases to amaze me with their forward thinking design and integration. I haven't entirely switched over but this moves me a little closer to the dark side (probably the future) of browsing Congrats on the launch/update!
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Calum Webb
Growth @ Lazy. Prev: Product Hunt
32 reviews
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Fantastic browser which just understands how to make the whole experience joyful! Big fan of saved split-tabs as well - super-helpful for saving separate views for different workflows.
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Tom Christo
tommy10cents
14 reviews
I used Arc on son's Mac as I'm still a diehard Windows user but the Arc browser has nearly turned me to Mac. It is excellent. I cannot wait for the Windows port. It is so intuitive and streamlined that it makes browsing so much easier with everything seeming to be just a click away.
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Lizy Nguyen
Illustrator & Graphic Designer
2 reviews
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I use Arc daily, and I really enjoy it. Tabs are organized in a list like bookmarks within a standard browser, and as someone who often saves bookmarks but forgets to look back at them, Arc makes it feel like my tabs won't get forgotten since it'll pull up the tab when I type it up or something similar in the search bar. Easels are also one of my favorite features of Arc since I can save screenshots on a blank canvas, and those screenshots can link back to the site page I found it from if I ever need to get back to the source. While I'm comfortable using Arc now, there is a learning curve in order to figure out where everything is and how to access it, so it got frustrating at times. Even I don't often use the mobile app because I'm still getting used to the layout, and there's still the missing feature of extensions and profiles not syncing across different computers. Learning keyboard commands makes a huge difference for me though, and I love how transparent the Arc team is with updates. I look forward to when the browser gets a little update notification, and I get to read up on what's new. They put up videos and tips on how to use Arc more efficiently, and I feel more invested with this browser because of how much the Arc team interacts with their community. I'm excited to see where Arc will go!
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