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Hardened and privacy-respecting fork of Chromium for Android. Comes with built-in adblock and additional settings for hardening.

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Bromite is a Chromium fork with ad blocking and privacy enhancements; take back your browser!






11 Oct 17

Last Updated

18 May 24

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Recent Commits

  • Carmelo Messina (18 Dec 22)

    Use helper macros to define base::Features see

  • Carmelo Messina (29 Dec 22)

    Restoring ua reduction

  • Carmelo Messina (18 Dec 22)

    fix some lost changes

  • Carmelo Messina (29 Dec 22)

    Fixes the order of the tabs in the tablist

  • Mikhail Krassavin (11 Jan 23)

    Increase maximum adblock filter file size to 20MB I've made my own generated filter file, which doesn't fit into 10MB. The author of [filtrite]( also mentions this limitation. Hopefully, 20 MB is more than enough for everyone.

  • csagan5 (19 Dec 22)

    Release 108.0.5359.156

  • csagan5 (09 Dec 22)

    Release 108.0.5359.109

  • csagan5 (03 Dec 22)

    Release 108.0.5359.106

  • csagan5 (02 Dec 22)

    Add missing CHANGELOG entry

  • csagan5 (02 Dec 22)

    Release 108.0.5359.75

  • csagan5 (27 Nov 22)

    Further build and linking fixes

  • csagan5 (26 Nov 22)

    Build fixes

  • csagan5 (26 Nov 22)

    Ported all patches to v108

  • csagan5 (23 Nov 22)

    More v108 patch updates

  • csagan5 (22 Nov 22)

    Patches for v108

  • Seb F (20 Nov 22)

    Added Android 13 to bug template

  • csagan5 (19 Nov 22)

    Minor changes for latest v107 patches

  • csagan5 (19 Nov 22)

    Release 107.0.5304.114

  • csagan5 (19 Nov 22)

    Add missing entry from CHANGELOG

  • csagan5 (19 Nov 22)

    Add new banner for StandWithUkraine

  • Carmelo Messina (18 Nov 22)

    remove another method

  • Carmelo Messina (18 Nov 22)

    Aligns requestAnimationFrame's callback to the w3c specification

  • Carmelo Messina (17 Nov 22)

    fix some build errors

  • uazo (18 Nov 22)

    set the color of the navbar, fix selection with drag touch (#2449) Co-authored-by: Carmelo Messina <[email protected]>

  • csagan5 (16 Nov 22)

    Release 107.0.5304.96

  • Carl (16 Nov 22)

    Patches for v107 (#2435)

  • csagan5 (06 Nov 22)

    Update funding options

  • csagan5 (06 Nov 22)

    Explicitly mention that builds are not officially supported

  • csagan5 (03 Nov 22)

    Add Patreon donation option

  • csagan5 (31 Oct 22)

    Release 106.0.5249.163

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  • Location California, Pennsylvania, United States of America, NA
  • ISP GitHub Inc.
  • ASN AS54113

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  • PhishFeed
  • NABP Not Recommended Sites
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  • Artists Against 419
  • CERT Polska
  • PetScams
  • Suspicious Hosting IP
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  • CoinBlockerLists
  • MetaMask EthPhishing
  • EtherScamDB
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  • ViriBack C2 Tracker
  • Bambenek Consulting
  • Badbitcoin
  • SecureReload Phishing List
  • Fake Website Buster
  • TweetFeed
  • CryptoScamDB
  • StopGunScams
  • ThreatFox
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About the Data: Bromite


You can access Bromite's data programmatically via our API. Simply make a GET request to:

The REST API is free, no-auth and CORS-enabled. To learn more, view the Swagger Docs or read the API Usage Guide.

About the Data

Beyond the user-submitted YAML you see above, we also augment each listing with additional data dynamically fetched from several sources. To learn more about where the rest of data included in this page comes from, and how it is computed, see the About the Data section of our About page.

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