The future of the internet masked as a browser, built for productive teams.
Arc is a browser. It's simply a replacement to Chrome, Safari, and Edge, but it's also so much more. A big part of what makes Arc great is actually the fluidity and experience of using it, if you try it out, I think you'll see.
Arc's team have totally rethought the bookmarks and the "tab experience", along with introducing a feature called "Spaces". Spaces allow you to stay focused and easily segment your work while easily organizing tabs are important to you in folders.
For example, set up a personal space, favorite your YouTube, Spotify, WhatsApp, and Gmail tabs—from there, they function like mini apps. Now, with the swipe of 2 fingers, you're in your work space. All of your favorite apps are swapped out with your work apps, and you're logged into all of your work accounts:
No other browser lets you segment work to this degree. It's so powerful, yet such a simple implementation. Tough to truly explain without experiencing it yourself.
What clicked for me, is when someone explained the following to me (when I was at the time an avid user of Chrome): With Chrome, Google is in the business of ads, so they are actually incentivized to give you a crummy tab management experience. Why? Because what happens if finding the tab you're looking for is difficult? You open up a new tab and search Google again (and you're shown more ads).
So it's more that the UI/UX in many ways by the industry leader is built in such a way to optimize for displaying ads. Arc on the other hand is building features that give you a better experience, first-and-foremost.
If you're intrigued, want to know more, and see more of the features/benefits in GIF format, go check out this article where I've done a deep dive on why we think Arc is the future of the internet.
Curious what software tech stack their team is actually using internally? Let us know what you'd like to know and we'll figure it out!
Curious what software tech stack their team is actually using internally? We've put together a list (and even tracked the software they used to use)!
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There is currently no promo code for this app—we'll update it here if that changes in the future!
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