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Contrary to popular belief, Brave is not eight times faster than Google Chrome.Brave is faster, but it trails Chrome when it comes to rendering speed. Even if Brave might be a bit slow on certain websites, the team is working hard to make Brave the fastest browser there is.


I don't see the function of there is.

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It is the fastest browser that exists (anywhere in the world).

Even though it's redundant, you can add "there is" after superlatives to make them sound even more wonderful. Stress "is" when you say it.

Google is the most efficient search engine there is.
My dad is the best father there is.
This car is the least expensive there is.

CJ

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anonymousI don't see the function of there is.

Even if Brave might be a bit slow on certain websites, the team is working hard to make Brave the fastest browseri [there is ___i].

If it's the grammatical function that you're asking about, the answer is that "there is ___" is a relative clause where "fastest browser" is the antecedent. Its function is thus modifier.