I love how people continue to experiment in browserland. Min has some cool stuff going:
Tabs in Min take up less space, giving you more room to browse the web. Pages you haven’t looked at in a while fade out, letting you see what’s important, and Focus Mode hides your other tabs to prevent you from getting distracted.
It also sports built-in ad blocking (table stakes for new browsers to compete?) and DDG integration in the search bar.
Min is built on Electron, so while it may be fast it possibly isn’t memory efficient. But what browser is, these days? It’s also worth noting that Min runs on an older version of Chromium, so it’s likely missing some security fixes. (More on that right here.)