Sidekick is a revolutionary new work OS based on the Chromium browser. Designed to be the ultimate online work experience, it brings together your team and every web too...
- Freemium • Proprietary
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What is Sidekick Browser?
It is not just another browser Browsers have become a de-facto standard for work, yet they were never designed for it (they were made for browsing the web, duh). A million open tabs, wasted time finding that one message from a month ago, always being logged into the wrong account... We asked ourselves: If we were to build a browser specifically around modern work, what would it look like?
Sidekick is designed around modern workflows, for people who care about doing great work, fast. It comes with advanced features that allow you to focus on doing your best work. Deep integration with your work applications. Powerful search. Keyboard shortcuts. Focus on one project at a time. Keep your most-used apps at your finger tips.
Sidekick is built around your work. So you'll be able to focus on what matters.
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- RemovedUser added Sidekick Browser as alternative(s) to Click Fraud Prevention
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I am a fan of Opera with the vertical workspaces. But I am not a fan of the inability to change my default search engine to a private one. Cue in Sidekick.
It is based on chromium and has a vertical sidebar to add workspaces. They act differently than opera. In Opera, the workspace can include several sites. In Sidekick I choose a specific work site (Teams, Google Docs, RingCentral, etc) and just have that site open on the left side. I can change the appearance to dark mode and add chrome extensions. The built-in adblocker only allows me to choose between allowing ads or just those that are acceptable. WTF? I installed Ublock Origin. So much for privacy. It does allow me to stop requests for location or notifications, but no specific blocks against those horrible cookie prompts on websites. No video autoplay blocks, either. But I can add brave, qwant, or private.sh as my default search engine, unlike Opera. For those of us who love saving space on our monitor, this is already a wonderful alternative to Edge or Opera (both of which allow vertical tabs by default).
I tink is a very promising project