The Best Antidetect Browsers

Explore the top antidetect browsers for secure and anonymous browsing, featuring detailed comparisons on key features.
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Antidetect browsers let you browse the internet anonymously and securely by constantly changing your browser fingerprint and IP address. Your browser fingerprint is a set of information that websites can collect from your browser, such as your screen resolution, operating system, language, time zone, installed extensions, or fonts. When enough dimensions are added to the fingerprint, making a quasi-unique identifier of your device is possible.

With an antidetect browser, you can prevent websites from tracking your online activities and identity, and you can access different accounts or services without being detected or blocked. Antidetect browsers can be used to enhance online browsing safety, conduct product testing, or efficiently manage multiple social media accounts without being detected. Depending on your country of residence, antidetect browsers can also be used to legally access georestricted content or for web scraping.

In this article, we’ll compare several antidetect browsers based on some of their features, including cookie and cache control, browser fingerprint scrambling, and IP anonymization. You’ll also compare the browsers based on their enterprise readiness, ease of use, and pricing. By the end of this article, you’ll have a better understanding of which antidetect browser may be right for you.

Overview of Antidetect Browsers

In the following sections, you’ll learn about eight antidetect browsers. Since most antidetect browsers offer the same set of core features, this article focuses on the features that differentiate vendors from each other.


GoLogin website homepage

In terms of features and enterprise readiness, GoLogin shares a lot of similarities with Multilogin. GoLogin focuses on real-world user mimicking and offers desktop and web-based versions of its antidetect browser.

With all the essential core features, GoLogin enables users to create browser profiles with isolated browser storage and unique fingerprints. Similar to Kameleo, GoLogin offers a mobile variant of its browser, ensuring users are not restricted to desktop browser profiles. The platform also boasts an extensive database of real-looking browser fingerprints that its users can choose from or customize to their liking.

GoLogin focuses on team collaboration, with the capabilities to copy, share, and manage individual browser profiles. Like other enterprise antidetect browsers, GoLogin seamlessly integrates with automation tools such as Selenium and Puppeteer, thanks to its extensive API endpoints.

The GoLogin website has an extensive list of proxy vendors it supports, with Bright Data as the top choice. GoLogin’s entry-level plan is affordable, with pricing starting at $24 USD per month for individuals and $49 USD for teams. Custom pricing is available for organizations that need a lot of browser profiles. For those interested, GoLogin offers a free seven-day trial, so you can test it out.

integrating proxies with GoLogin.


MuLogin website homepage

MuLogin is an antidetect browser vendor with plans for both hobbyists and enterprise customers. Pricing is highly dependent on the number of browser profiles you want to save and the number of sub-accounts you need.

With MuLogin, users can generate thousands of browser profiles, store them, and share them with colleagues. There’s also a batch service for generating dozens of browser profiles all at once. This way, organizations that use MuLogin (for example, for testing their web application) don’t need to spend hours on end creating new browser profiles.

Through the isolation of cookies, localStoragesessionStorage, and unique browser fingerprints, MuLogin ensures robust separation of browser profiles, guaranteeing that each browser profile is identified as an individual user.

For enhanced privacy, MuLogin integrates with proxy servers, including the Bright Data proxy service, to rotate proxies and anonymize IP addresses. Beyond profile isolation, MuLogin’s extensive API enables integration with browser automation tools such as Selenium and Puppeteer for executing end-to-end testing.

MuLogin starts at $59 USD per month for a single user account with 100 browser profiles and also offers plans up to $499 USD per month for 3,000 profiles. If that doesn’t suffice, custom pricing is also available. MuLogin also offers a three-day free trial if you want to test it.


Kameleo website homepage

Kameleo offers a lot of the same features as MuLogin, but Kameleo comes with some extra innovative upgrades. For instance, Kameleo isolates browser profiles like MuLogin but ships it with two different browser engines: Chroma, based on Chromium, and Junglefox, based on Firefox.

Kameleo supports the emulation of mobile browsers, both on desktop and mobile devices. This is great for organizations that need to emulate users of both device types.

For proxy rotation and IP anonymization, Kameleo also integrates with proxies, including Bright Data, through SSH, SOCKS5, and HTTP.

One notable feature is that you can upgrade browser profiles. For example, if you have a browser profile that uses an outdated Chrome version, you can update that profile to the newest version with a single click. Kameleo also offers external spoofing. By loading Kameleo’s settings through a QR code, you can emulate browser profiles within your daily browser, reducing the burden of dividing your workload over multiple browser windows.

Like MuLogin, Kameleo integrates with common automation tools like Puppeteer, Selenium, and Playwright.

Kameleo starts at €59 per user per month without mobile emulation and automation, and its entire pricing model is built around feature sets. If you want to automate, individual users start at €199 per month.


MoreLogin website homepage

While MoreLogin may have fewer features than the previously mentioned browsers, it focuses more on UX and design and is notably a cheaper alternative. With MoreLogin, you can create numerous browser profiles with isolated cookies, sessionStoragelocalStorage, and a unique fingerprint.

Similar to other antidetect browsers, MoreLogin can integrate with Bright Data’s proxies. Additionally, MoreLogin shares collaborative features for copying, sharing, and managing browser profiles, just like Kameleo and MuLogin.

Notably, MoreLogin has an API and supports integration with major automation tools like Puppeteer and Selenium. For users not requiring collaborative features for more than two people, MoreLogin provides a royal free tier. If a user needs more than two browser profiles or users, plans start at an affordable $5.40 USD per month.


AdsPower website homepage

AdsPower, being one of the most popular anti-detect browsers, allows users to create and control numerous browser profiles, each with unique fingerprints, which can be accessed simultaneously for diverse online activities. This capability is crucial for businesses managing multiple social media accounts, e-commerce operations, or online marketing campaigns. AdsPower’s user-friendly interface allows for the creation, organization, and operation of these profiles with ease.

By isolating cookies, cache, and browser sessions, AdsPower ensures that each account maintains its integrity, reducing the risk of detection and account bans. It simulates real-user activity by diversifying each profile’s characteristics, such as browser type, operating system, and screen resolution. Additional interesting features include operation logs, profile sharing, mobile simulation, and much more.

For privacy and performance, AdsPower integrates with proxies, including Bright Data’s robust proxy network, allowing users to route traffic through various global locations. This feature is particularly useful for tasks requiring geo-specific access, managing multiple profiles on the same platform, or IP address rotation.

AdsPower’s API facilitates seamless automation through compatibility with popular browser automation frameworks like Selenium and Puppeteer, making it a powerful ally for web scraping and automated testing.

Subscription plans for AdsPower start from free for 2 browser profiles, scaling up to enterprise solutions that offer custom pricing for extensive profile needs. Potential users can explore the functionalities with the free plan, giving a glimpse into the platform’s capabilities before committing to a subscription. Prices increase with the number of profiles and additional team members you need, including extra premium features. For example, for 200 profiles and 2 team members, the price starts from $29.5/mo on the yearly plan (50% discount).


Multilogin website homepage

Multilogin has over ten years of experience in private browsing and offers two solutions: Multilogin 6 and its web-based variant, Multilogin X. Multilogin is one of the more enterprise-level antidetect browsers and is packed with unique features.

For instance, Multilogin has both predefined and custom browser profiles with isolation of storage capacities and distinct fingerprints. And like Kameleo, Multilogin has Chromium-based and Firefox-based variants.

Interestingly, predefined fingerprints are based on the real-world distribution of browser parameters to prevent the usage of seemingly artificial browser configurations.

Multilogin takes the mimicking of real-world browser users to the next level. For example, one can block the usage of a browser profile by multiple users or specifically enable Google services. Another cool feature is mimicking human typing behavior for inserting text into a form input field.

Multilogin X integrates seamlessly with Bright Data through a multitude of protocols. Additionally, as an enterprise-level browser, Multilogin comes with support for most automation frameworks, including Playwright, Puppeteer, and Selenium.

Notably, Multilogin comes with a robust identity and access management (IAM) to manage your team. This feature makes it easy for managers of large teams to control who can access which profiles and what data.

At €74 (billed annually), Multilogin is more expensive than the other options when you consider the features and profiles you get. When more than several users are required, clients can choose the Scale plan, which starts at €399.

Octo Browser

Octo Browser website homepage

Like MoreLogin, Octo Browser targets the more budget-friendly segment of the antidetect browser market. Although Octo Browser is less feature-rich, it’s not shy in displaying gray and black hat use cases of its antidetect browsers.

As is the case for the other browsers mentioned in this article, Octo Browser enables the isolation of browser storage (cookies, localStorage, and sessionStorage) and the creation of various profiles with a unique fingerprint. Additionally, Octo Browser integrates with various proxy, and through its API, Octo Browser integrates with automation tools such as Puppeteer and Playwright.

As a vendor not afraid to display its lesser-legal capabilities, Octo Browser supports Scenum integration, which is a tool for farming likes on social media.

Octo Browser starts at €21 for individual users per month. Team plans start at €119 per month and can be customized as needed.


Incogniton website homepage

Incogniton strategically positions itself in the middle and enterprise segment of the antidetect browser market and is fearless in displaying fewer legal use cases for its technology. The platform provides support for creating, customizing, duplicating, and sharing browser profiles, incorporating isolated storage and unique fingerprints. To efficiently manage large teams, Incognition supports the creation of access levels and roles for team members.

Setting itself apart, Incognition comes with a synchronizer feature, designed for automating repetitive tasks such as browsing a website and resizing windows. The platform also has a basic API for creating and managing browser profiles and managing their cookies. This allows integration with popular automation tools.

Like all the previous antidetect browsers, Incogniton easily integrates with proxies. Pricing for Incogniton starts at $29.99 USD per month and goes all the way up to $149.99 USD per month for large teams that need hundreds of browser profiles. If you’re interested in testing Incogniton out, they do offer a free plan with up to 10 browser profiles.


Dolphyn Anty website homepage

Dolphin{Anty} is somewhat of an odd one out in this roundup. While it has many of the features of a typical antidetect browser, it markets itself as a tool for managing multiple ad accounts on social media. It offers several product variants, including Dolphin{tt} (coming soon), which focuses on automating ad account management on TikTok.

Users of Dolphin{Anty} can create multiple browser profiles with a unique fingerprint. Similar to Kameleo, Dolphin{Anty} supports updating browser profiles to the latest versions. While Dolphin{Anty} currently lacks proxy integration, it excels as a tool for teams to manage multiple ad accounts (currently only for Meta’s ad networks) without having to constantly switch profiles. Dolphin{Anty} also comes with several predefined roles for managing Meta ad accounts.

Dolphin{Anty} has a rich set of features to duplicate campaigns and automate bidding rules across different ad accounts. With a rich API, Dolphin{Anty} supports the management of browser profiles and seamless integration with automation tools.

Dolphin{Anty} is free for individuals who need only ten browser profiles. Team accounts start at $89 USD per month, and each additional user costs an extra $10 USD.


There are a variety of antidetect browsers available, and many of them share similar core features. However, they all have a slightly different focus. Vendors like MuLogin and Kameleo support the creation of thousands of browser profiles, while others, like Multilogin and GoLogin, are focused on offering highly specialized features.

Using an antidetect browser is good for spoofing browser profiles, but to truly unleash the potential of these tools, you need to use a proxy. Bright Data, a proxy market leader, offers millions of IP addresses with various features such as proxy rotation, diverse location types, and compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

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