Rated 2 out of 5by Koen, 4 years ago
Distill was a really great app for fine-grained control of what website pages should be monitored. While I fully understand why they moved to a subscription model, I think it's rediculous to have to create an account for scanning maximum of 20 pages. A real pity.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Durzo, 6 days agoHorrible, gives me tonds of fake alerts, has never gave me a good alert in two months of use and keeps randomly redirecting me to other webpages when I'm doing something
- Rated 4 out of 5by luopa, 6 months agoExtremely helpful for highly focused search activites - eg. looking for job postings. Much recommended.
Some minor flaws with the element selector still - but confident this will gradually be fixed.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Mustaang, 6 months agoThe "Auto-hide notification popup after: " Option doesn't work anymore... it will disappear after 20 seconds, doesn't matter which time you have set.
Also changing the "dom.webnotifications.requireinteraction.enabled" in the about:config to true didn't help.
And somehow the email service doesn't work as well for me.. tried to send it to my gmail but no notification yet.
- Rated 5 out of 5by razmeth, a year agoThis app has been phenomenal, being both extremely user friendly and non-intrusive in the way it does what it does. I have used this to obtain extremely hard to find items due to shortages, allowing me to continue my day to day without needing to constantly pay attention to the pages, refreshing constantly. I also reach out to the developer about a minor function I was looking for and they responded promptly and worked with me through the concern. Thank you very much for all of this!
- Rated 2 out of 5by OlegV, a year agoВроде все работает, проверяет изменения. Но как увидеть, что именно на странице изменено? Надо помнить, что вот тут в прошлый раз было написано 110, а теперь, после оповещения, написано 115? Почему нет подсветки измененного контента?
- Rated 4 out of 5by CaioMartinelli, a year agoThe program is useful but too expensive.
Here in Brazil, an Amazon Prime Full subscription with shipping, videos etc costs $2, Netflix $3, HBO $2, Disney+ $2, Spotify $3. A month's salary to pay for everything including house and food is equivalent to 198 dollars. Paying 12 bucks, the same value as Prime + Netflix + Spotify + Disney+ and HBO all together for one service that just checks for changes on webpages is just absurdly too expensive. If doing regional pricing like these big companies do isn't feasible for you, at least you could launch a plan without cloud services, just to unlock more than 25 checks using only each one hardware for something like $1. That would be awesome.