Superbird is a free browser that uses the open-source Chromium toolkit to emulate Google Chrome, while enhancing security and privacy. The result is a fast, lightweight browser that works well on the fly. Combined with a portable version that can be loaded from a USB drive, Superbird offers a solution to common issues many people have with Chrome browsing.
Installation of Superbird takes only a few seconds and it boots up from the desktop nearly as fast. Designed to look and feel like Chrome, it is immediately accessible. It has access to the same open-source Chromium plug-ins used by other Chrome-style browsers and better yet, it doesn't send any data to Google or other big corporations. This is in fact the biggest draw for Superbird, ensuring that no data is sent when you access a site, install an app, or have a problem. Because there is no adware, Superbird is free, and the performance of the app was comparable to Chrome in almost every test we ran, it is a good option for this.
If you are eager to replace your Chrome browser with one that looks and operates the same but without the unwanted data share that occurs between your computer and Google, look into Superbird. It is easy to use, free, and offers a very familiar, intuitive interface for quick browsing. It also runs much faster than most other alternative browsers and has no bloat to slow it down like some other Chromium-built options. It's a must download for privacy-minded users.
SuperBird comes with all the features Google Chrome already has, plus extra features like fast website rendering, download manager, Webstore, and addon manager. Compared to other browsers, Superbird surprises with extremely fast site rendering.