Indigo Browser is a browser with a built-in anti-detection system created by Rafael Gabitov, an experienced advertising practitioner. The main purpose of the Indigo Browser is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for working with Facebook and Google ADS.
The application simulates browser fingerprints based on multiple configurations and operates on the Multilogin platform. It minimizes the risks of account bans during ad campaigns. Previously, creating multiple virtual machines was necessary to hide the user’s computer configuration and manage several accounts. With Indigo Browser, only one application is needed.
Indigo Browser is available for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux operating systems. All data used in the browser is stored on cloud servers for easy access.
Indigo Browser offers a variety of functions, such as broad device substitution and emulation capabilities, two private browsers within the platform, browser fingerprint preservation, the use of configured profiles in a team, and the ability to transfer browser profiles to third-party participants.
While individual proxies are not included with the browser, their usage is accommodated. The supported proxies include http, socks4, socks5, and Proxy over SSH.
Indigo Browser can be purchased with any of the three pricing plans. The cheapest one is suitable for regular affiliates, the second one is perfect for teamwork, and there is also an extended premium plan. When purchasing a plan, the number of installed copies is not limited, and the browser can be installed on multiple computers.
If you have any questions, you can contact customer support via email, Skype, Telegram, and VKontakte. Moreover, all customers who have purchased a license are granted access to a private Telegram chat.