Any strong reasons to not use Duck Browser on MacOS?

I use multiple browsers for compartmentalization. Any browser that fits a minimum set of criteria (which includes privacy and security considerations) is fair game.

My usecase for Duck Browser on desktop is to stay signed in to a set of services. These services contain (limited) personal information. Duck on mobile has a feature to whitelist domains, and clear browser data for everything else. It’s named “fireproofing”. This feature on desktop would satisfy the usecase.

If Duck has dealbreakers, my fallback is to use Firefox + Containers.

I know that Duck Browser is still not recommended over others. I’m not looking for the one browser to rule them all :wink: Just another browser that’s acceptable for the usecase. Unless there’s some security implication I’m not aware of.

I’m aware of these past discussions: