🚀 The Browser Company: A better way to use the internet
Control how you surf the web
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Browsers are our window to everything on the internet, but it can be overwhelming. What if you had control over how your browser looked – and how you used the web? Today’s startup The Browser Company aims to achieve that.
⚾ The Elevator Pitch
If you think about it, a browser is just a frame with. buttons and toolbars. Every website and app you surf on the website – whether it’s Twitter, Wikipedia, or Figma – are all built on the same foundations. But surfing the internet can be a lot, overwhelming even. What if a browser could keep us focused, organized, and in control? What if we had control over how our browsers and the content and pages we consume? That is what today’s startup The Browser Company is aiming to achieve.
👇 The Drop Down
Traction: $18M in backing, raised series A, backed by LinkedIn’s Jeff Weiner, Medium’s Ev Williams, Figma’s Dylan Field, and others
🔍 Why we like it
🌐 A personalized internet
We’re headed towards a more personalized and customizable internet. And what better way to achieve that than personalized and customizable browser? There are an estimated 3.2 billion people in the world that use Chrome as their primary browser. There can’t be a one size fits all solution for 3.2 billion individuals, and The Browser Company understand that. With their browser, Arc, users can take control over how they surf the web.
✅ More focused, organized, and in control
The internet is full of amazing people, information, and connections. Simultaneously it is full of distractions and unnecessary information. It’s easy to spend 3 hours going down a rabbit hole watching Youtube, surfing the news, or reading up on random pages on Wikipedia – even when it is not intentional. What if you could curate what is on your browser and how your pages look like. The Browser Company is transforming how we interact with the internet, to make it more focused, organized, and controlled.