Decentraleyes Version History

3 versions

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Version 2.0.0beta3 5.6 MiB Works with Firefox for Android 56.0a1 - *, Firefox 56.0a1 and later

Important notice:

This beta needs one additional permission.

Currently, Firefox does not impose storage limits, but Mozilla has stated that this will change in the future. From now on, you will be explicitly asked to allow extended storage of extension data. This improves transparency, and helps to retain flexibility.

New features:

- Added the option to remove icon badges.
- Added the option to disable metadata sanitation.
- Added the option to re-enable link prefetching.
- Added support for right-to-left, top-to-bottom scripts.

New languages:

- Added support for the Arabic language.
- Added support for the Hebrew language.
- Added support for the Romanian language.
- Added support for the Turkish language.

Other changes:

- Extended strict blocking policies to unknown file types.
- Implemented a notice related to unsupported languages.
- Improved and extended various existing localizations.
- Included several partially finished localizations.

Version 2.0.0beta2 5.6 MiB Works with Firefox for Android 56.0a1 - *, Firefox 56.0a1 and later

New platforms:

- The WebExtension now officially supports Firefox 56 and higher.

New features:

- Implemented a domain protection toggle to simplify whitelist management.
- Added support for the Icelandic language.

Other changes:

- Updated the user interface to improve overall consistency and clarity.
- Applied a wide range of performance optimizations and stability improvements.
- Internationalized all recently added words and sentences.

Bugfixes:

- Fixed page freezing issue related to the use of shorthand URL notations.

Version 2.0.0beta1 5.3 MiB Works with Firefox for Android 57.0a1 - *, Firefox 57.0a1 and later

New platforms:

- Decentraleyes now officially supports upcoming versions of Firefox.

New features:

- Added an entirely optional graphical user interface.

Other changes:

- Completely rewrote core logic to bring it in line with the latest development guidelines.
- Applied a wide range of performance optimizations and stability improvements.