Unlike most browsers, Arc doesn’t have a visible top toolbar. Instead, it maximizes the use of the sidebar, where you can create separate “spaces” to organize bookmarks into different categories. You can also right-click a link and immediately move it into sub-folders within your spaces. These features add up to a better-organized workflow for browsing, multi-tasking, and saving pages you want to revisit.
One of the most appealing aspects of Arc is the ability to create themes and icons for different spaces, which adds a dash of infotainment to your browsing experience.
The best thing about Arc is that it runs on the same engine as Chrome, which means it’s fully compatible with all Chrome extensions, putting all your favorite tools at your disposal. The Browser Company is also fully committed to your privacy. The company will not sell your data to third parties, does not track the sites you use and cannot see what you’re searching for.