Brave browser may not be that popular in this part of the world, but the Chromium web based browser sure comes with some great figures. Developed by Brave Software, Inc, the browser comes with a feature that blocks ads and website trackers, and provides ways for users to send cryptocurrency contributions in the form of Basic Attention Tokens to websites and content creators.
The browser has a new update and one of the added feature, is the integration of Wayback Machine. This is to help users automatically find archived web pages when it encounters a broken or deleted website. What the Brave browser does, is that it detects broken pages like “404 Not Found,” 408, 410, 451, 500 and 502, and prompts you to “Check for a Saved Version” of the website through the Wayback Machine. If any archived pages are available, they’re pulled up in your browser automatically.
This will be the first and only browser with native Wayback Machine integration. Also note that this integration is only available in the Brave Browser 1.4 update. Currently, the feature isn’t available on mobile versions of the Brave browser. You can download the latest update of the Brave browser from HERE.