- by Firefox user 13445298, 2 months agoRated 5 out of 5In 2022, I used Check4Change to help me monitor newly-listed tickets and price drops on tickets at StubHub. With this extension's help, I was able to snag a music concert ticket to my favorite singer of 2021, Gracie Abrams.
- by Firefox user 16826919, a year agoRated 2 out of 5Get notifications detailing "changes" on a webpage, but the 'new text' and 'original text' are identical. Have this same issue across multiple websites.
Signed up for VIP so I could receive email alerts, but if I turned on the notifications it just mailbombs my email with false alerts because it's detecting text changes that aren't occurring.
So far, developer has not returned emails.
- by Shezan, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Bought the premium version for emails feature with the intent to have it work with a website you book reservations on - they just updated their website to latest HTML code as I bought this version. This app is so old that new pages that use updated HTML styles can't have the elements on the page detected with check4change. Appreciate what the developer does here, but if you're going to expect people to pay for your premium services - at least respond to emails if you're not going to bother updating the app after 3 years, but still take peoples money.
- by Alistair George, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5Last updated 2 years ago. The main reason I would use this extension is for order pages that I may have closed, then opened later eg AliExpress price changes. So after a session Aliexpress needs logging in again and the tab is no longer original, hence it does not work. Sadly, uninstalled.