Arc Browser, a popular web browser that claims to offer a faster, safer, and more private browsing experience, has launched its Windows client in beta. This means that Windows users can now try out the browser and provide feedback to the developers before the official release.
Arc Browser Launches Beta Version for Windows Users
Arc Browser was initially developed for Android and iOS devices and has gained a loyal fan base for its innovative features and sleek design. Some of the features that set Arc Browser apart from other browsers are:
- Arc Mode: A unique browsing mode that allows users to access multiple tabs and websites in a circular layout, making it easier to switch between them and see the big picture.
- Arc Shield: A built-in security and privacy tool that blocks ads, trackers, malware, and phishing attempts, while also encrypting the user’s data and identity.
- Arc Sync: A cloud-based service that syncs the user’s bookmarks, history, passwords, and preferences across all their devices, without compromising their privacy.
Arc Browser has been praised by critics and users alike for its performance, usability, and aesthetics. However, until now, it was only available for mobile devices. The launch of the Windows client in beta is a major step for the browser, as it expands its reach to a wider audience and a different platform.
Exciting Developments for Arc Browser
The Windows client is not the only new development for Arc Browser. The developers have also announced that they are working on porting some of the browser’s features to Windows, such as Arc Mode and Arc Shield. These features are expected to enhance the browsing experience for Windows users, and give them more control and flexibility over their online activities.
Additionally, the developers have revealed that they are planning to expand their user base by launching the browser in more regions and languages. Currently, Arc Browser is only available in English, but the developers are aiming to support more languages in the future, such as Spanish, French, German, and Chinese. This will allow more people to enjoy the benefits of Arc Browser, and also provide more feedback and suggestions to improve the browser.
How to Get Access to the Windows Beta Version?
The Windows beta version of Arc Browser is not yet open to the public, but only to a select group of users who have received an invitation from the developers.
The invitations are being sent out gradually, based on the user’s location, device, and browsing habits. The developers are looking for users who are willing to test the browser, report bugs, and share their opinions.
However, the developers have also stated that they will increase the number of beta users in January and that anyone who is interested can sign up for the waiting list on the browser’s website. By signing up, users will also receive updates and news about the browser, and be among the first to know when the beta version is available for download.
The Windows beta version of Arc Browser is expected to be released in the first quarter of 2024, followed by the official release later that year. The developers hope that the beta version will help them fine-tune the browser and make it ready for the public. They also hope that the Windows users will enjoy the browser and join the Arc Browser community.