- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 18277721, 16 days agoThis addon is LEGIT. Not only does it allow you to block any cookie possible automatically, if you visit a website it doesn't natively support, it will save the options you press and apply them automatically in the future. ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 18016010, 6 months agoThis is a totally free and effective extension to actually automatically set cookies consents, manage whitelists, and view your trail. Ever since they added a subscription for the iOS app people some people have gotten super angry (but hey, why are you using an iPhone then??).
It's still free for desktop Firefox. I just wish you'd make the desktop version open source too so it could be totally FOSS for the desktop. For closed source operating systems like iOS, do whatever you want, charge $200 a month for all I care.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 17063207, 2 years agoI constantly encounter websites unsupported by the add-on, and it seems like the the report button doesn't work for me. I've reported several websites (more than a dozen) by selecting "Report Problem", "I still have cookie pop-ups", and I click send. But when I look in my super-agent options, it says "You haven't reported any websites yet."
Let me know if I'm actually doing something wrong, and I'll happily adjust this review and rating.
EDIT: I've corresponded a bit with the developer about this issue. They were very nice. It seems like my reports are most likely being received, even though I can't see them. And they've added support for all the sites that I've reported. I still can't see my reports, but I guess I can just submit them by email. I might give 4.5 stars if I could, but I think it's more fair to round up than down here.Hi, im sorry to hear this, could you give us an example of sites reported? Also, are you logged in when reporting them? Feel free to email us at email@example.com
- Rated 5 out of 5by Will, 2 years agoI no longer see the cookie dialogs but a side effect is that now my browser always wants to auto scroll to the bottom of web pages. (Presumably because that's where the offending element is in the DOM). It would be nice to auto scroll back up or something. Examples: espn.com, nba.com