Looking for software to manage multiple browser profiles, any experience?

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Hey everyone, I'm trying to get other opinions on what the "best" solution would be to manage multiple browser profiles. Currently I have all my profiles in PVATool since I used it to create the gmail accounts. I've tried a few solutions but wanted to get others experience before making the leap and moving all my accounts over to a platform.

I've tried:
Incongnition(great support)
VMLogin(good support)
GoLogin(reported GeoLocation error)
C-Switches(manual process)
Firefox w/containers(hard to scale)

Haven't tried:
Multilogin(pricey + no free trial)
Kameleo(pain to buy + no free trial)
GhostBrowser(no free trial)
SessionBox Workstation(no free trial)

I'm just starting out so it will take me a bit to scale so I'm trying to avoid paying too much until I get some traction.

Does anyone have any recommendations or personal experience managing multiple profiles? Thanks in advance.
 
A friend of mine uses multilogin a lot, worth a shot. :)
 
I am also interested in multiple browser profile services. Does anyone have reviews on the services listed above? Or any other similar service?
 
All Chromium-based browsers support multiple browser profiles.
True but you need to manage other aspects of each profile such as proxies and other fingerprinting methods. Using a chromium-based browser by itself is not a good idea.
 
Pick a old computer, upgrade it for like 32 GB ram and 1TB hard drive, 700 watt PSU. Create small VM's using small linux distros you can run them all at the same time maybe 10 VM's. Buy residential proxies and re-route every VM traffic through each proxy. Use firefox containers for like 5 accounts each VM.
 
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Pick a old computer, upgrade it for like 32 GB ram and 1TB hard drive, 700 watt PSU. Create small VM's using small linux distros you can run them all at the same time maybe 10 VM's. Buy residential proxies and re-route every VM traffic through each proxy. Use firefox containers for like 5 accounts each VM.
I know this works but the work involved with this method is not idea.

If you are a fan of Firefox containers then you should check out Firefox Container Proxy. It allows you to specify a different proxy for each of your containers.
 
Update - I reached out to Sessionbox and was given a 30 day trial to Workstation. The product is pretty good but they seem to block canvas fingerprinting opposed to spoofing it. It is really similar to Firefox Containers but built into a browser with some addons included.
 
There is a "Profile" function in Google Chrome, and the option to add unlimited profiles(to the extend of computer capacity) that are reasonably isolated and you can install different extensions individually on each.
 
Update - I reached out to Sessionbox and was given a 30 day trial to Workstation. The product is pretty good but they seem to block canvas fingerprinting opposed to spoofing it. It is really similar to Firefox Containers but built into a browser with some addons included.
Can u please tell me what the best solution u found till now thanks
 
For my use scenario I am currently using https://incogniton.com/. They have a very active dev team and have rolled out several updates since I started this thread.
I'm going to take a look at them, I need to log in to Geo based Google accounts so I'm hoping this would be a good solution, tied with good proxies. I'm presuming I would need good local residential proxies.
 
I'm going to take a look at them, I need to log in to Geo based Google accounts so I'm hoping this would be a good solution, tied with good proxies. I'm presuming I would need good local residential proxies.
That is what I am using it for at the moment. I use the geo location to choose my local guides city. I've been pairing it with good residential proxies and haven't had an issue.
 
I've the exact same tool to do and manage my social profiles. That tool's name is BrowSEO., I bought three-lifetime license ($1500) to manage my clients' profiles
 
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