Rated 3 out of 5by Darren Chaker, 6 years ago
Ghostery is a decent product for the novice user who wants basic privacy. I would add other options to the extension, but then it may not be free any more when it provides options. But free is free and is not a bad extension.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 16698967, 16 days agoRecently (2022/07), some websites are not displayed properly. If you disable Ghostery, they are rendered correctly.
For example, in Youtube only sound is playbacked, not images. In Reddit, a blank page was shown in the past but now Reddit seems to be shown properly.
I guess the main reason is HTML coding in these websites, but it is certain that switching on/off Ghostery is inconvenient to see them.
- Rated 1 out of 5by asdlkj, a month agoThis ad blocker literally blocks ads - but gives you it's own pop-up ads. I just installed it, I'm browsing along, and it gives me a pop up saying I've blocked 1,000 ads, click here to upgrade. I'm like, are you a blocker or not?
What's the point of an ad-blocker that gives pop ups? Seriously? What is the point of this?
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 14910933, a month agoRecently I experienced problems loading webpages. Not able to scroll the page or see 'cookie-buttons' etc. Found out it was Ghostery not working (properly). Three stars for working (better) in the past.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Leorio_Stare, a month agoI would rate this 5 stars, but recently it has started to just not work on several websites and I have even uninstalled and reinstalled it and tried many different things but it just does not work half the time
edit: I was stupid and had ad blocking off