Personally, I don't get the hate. It's a resourced Chromium fork with timely security updates, some great out-of-the-box defaults and pretty capable ad-blocker built-in. More importantly, it doesn't require me to trust me some random pre-built binaries as is the case with ungoogled-chromium (unless you're compiling them yourself). People behind the project have been pretty forthcoming to address any criticisms or concerns and their crypto industrial complex is entirely opt-in too. I use it alongside Safari. I have a few criticisms but none are related to their alleged sketchiness. I'm talking desktop here. On GOS just use Vanadium. As always, do your own research.