Arc Browser, one of the most fun and best browsers released in the past decade, has finally released its 1.0 version to the public. With the 1.0 release, Arc has also removed the requirement of signing up for the waitlist, so you can finally download and use the browser without any waiting period.
We have been using the Arc Browser for the past several months, and we love it. It features an aesthetic design, sidebar tab management, profiles, spaces, and a myriad of tiny features that we love. For example, there’s a built-in screenshot tool that lets you easily take screenshots, a split-screen mode that lets you open multiple tabs in split-screen, a little Arc browser to open links, and more.
One of our favorite features of Arc is Boosts. It allows users to customize their web experience. Originally, this feature required code, making it useless for most users. However, with the launch of Boosts 2.0, users don’t need to code. You can use on-screen controls to customize your favorite websites. You can customize the color of webpages, remove UI elements you don’t want to see, change text font and size, and more.
The browser also has built-in whiteboarding features called Easels. The best part about Easels is that they are sharable. It’s one of the best ways to share your ideas with your collaborators. You can check out the list of favorite Arc Browser features, by visiting our linked articles.
If the waitlist stopped you from using this awesome browser, you should give it a try. The browser is available only for Mac and iPhone. So if you are Windows or Android, you still have to wait. You can use the link below to download and use it. Give it a try, and let us know how feel about this new browser.