Whist is the first native browser with cloud tabs, designed to be crazy fast and light
Traditional browsers compromise performance when you open more tabs. Whist doesn't.
A single tab can easily consume over a GB of memory. Cloud tabs use almost none.
Load massive spreadsheets, dashboards, and productivity apps instantly.
By offloading processing to the cloud, Whist keeps your laptop running cool.
Whist cloud tabs are powered by NVIDIA cloud GPUs to run the most demanding web apps.
Whist extends your laptop's battery life by up to 2 hours.
Via our proprietary, low-latency streaming technology.
By streaming individual, heavy tabs from the cloud
Run hundreds of tabs or concurrent desktop applications on your laptop with ease
Instantly load 2D/3D assets in Figma and other design tools with cloud graphics acceleration
Run dozens of concurrent heavy dashboards and sales tools without slowing down
All tabs are cloud tabs. Uses near-zero memory and processing power.
Certain tabs, decided by you, are cloud tabs. Designed to give specific web apps a boost.
When your computer is running low on memory, Whist will switch to cloud tabs.
No cloud tabs. Whist is a fully native browser.
Whist cloud tabs offload compute to the cloud without compromising on native performance or basic features
Whist is a fork of Brave, a browser which is nearly identical to Chrome in appearance and enhanced with better privacy and security
Whist leverages Shield, Brave's built-in ad blocker that prevents websites from tracking you and blocks ads.
Whist comes with Brave's crypto wallet, so your crypto assets stay with you when you switch to Whist.
Whist allows you to open incognito windows with Tor for the ultimate private browsing experience.
Over time, we plan on open-sourcing Whist's key components. We believe this is the best way to build user trust and encourage innovation.
We've kept most of Chrome's UI with a few stylistic touches, so Whist looks nearly identical to your current browser.
Whist supports all Chrome extensions and imports your settings so you can pick up where you left off