Super dodatek. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Dodatek lepszy niżeli w google chrome. POlecam

hang frequently when turn on Rated 2 out of 5 stars

cause massive slowdown! frequent hang even completely on ramdisk with e10s 2 process forced. firefox 55.0.2. x64 portable

Rebuilding Extension

I am in a hunt to find bug. But it not showing up.

Also,
Addon-sdk support is being withdrawn.
all extensions are being ported to web-extension.


api required to update proxy was available only recently.
I am rebuilding the extension wholly.
So all bugs will be cleared

Wait for release

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Abandoned. Does not work. Was nice to have, but didn't last long

Working on new extemsion

Addon-sdk support is being withdrawn.
all extensions are being ported to web-extension.

api required to update proxy was available only recently.
I am rebuilding the extension wholly.
Wait for release

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Good

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Good

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It worked fine on previous Firefox for Android versions, saving around 30% of the data, but currently it does not work on latest version (Firefox 54).

please Wait for update

Addon-sdk support is being withdrawn.
all extensions are being ported to web-extension.

api required to update proxy was available only recently.
I am rebuilding the extension wholly.
Wait for release

I'm confused???? Need "Data saver Proxy for Idiots" Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Is this a VPN?
I always thought that "proxy" meant the site I visit gets are-routed via server to someplace else and a false IP. That I have anonymity to everyone except my ISP and the NSA (I can live with that… if they’re honest about it.
I'm not being a smart a*& I thought that's what "proxy" means and any extension that has that word in it's description, should do so when on?" i.e. Opera's built in VPN which also saves data and even allows you to chose what country you want the website you're " located in".
Some sites won't load unless I disable it. From the type of sites that usually say "no", that's a good thing.
But I can find my location when this extension is running. (What’s my IP?) Yet I can't with Opera's built in VPN.
I use Avira free, but I refuse to load the free suite, just the AV. I read if you have to "sign in" for a VPN... it's only as private as it's developer is trustworthy (which I think Avira is, not being a Russian or Chinese site...pragmatism, not racism). But what if Avira get's hacked or sells my browsing history?
Also is it counter productive to run this extension while in "private mode"?
Before ya' say it, I can't afford a service. Laid off PE teacher in one of the "progressive" states of the former confederacy. Anyone wanna’ fly me to Canada? :)No sympathy needed, just no $.
In the past year I've written more reviews that are objectively negative, and that negativity comes from Mozilla initiating API protocols for developers they can't are aren't willing to meet.
The deconstruction of X-Notifier is a huge disappointment. Months before Mozilla broke it, the developer stated on his site it was going to not function properly, as the new development requirements of Mozilla lead him to say "F it". I got by with a legacy version for a while, but now it’s only functional for reading, not not notification of Gmail. And the sign-in with the legacy version has like 3 steps. Also I had to roll back my Forecast Fix Extension. I appreciate those that develop quality apps. The poor guy was a apologizing on the review site, because he was struggling to jump through all the new Moz hoops.
I understand the need for security with extensions and apps. I use an Android device and the amount of access some apps require... it's not worth it. But maybe Moz can grandfather in the proven older apps like "No Script", "Better Privacy", etc… but still provide some oversight? These extensions are what brought me to FF after catching a virus using IE in 03’. (I was naive and ignorant… my bad) IE has become a browser I won't use, have blocked access on my firewall, and would delete, but Windows updates doesn't seem to work on OS 7 with out it.
I consider Chrome kinda like Android. I won't do anything private/finical on that "slick", nosy browser. I trust Opera and even Avira Scout more (even though they come off the same Chromium platform). Props to Opera for the built in VPN and resource lightness, but they’re hurting for extensions. Maybe some frustrated, quality developers will go there?
Moz, please don't become what you were the answer to… Chrome is the new IE, everybody uses it. Remember Hotmail, Outlook Express and early IE ? They were the Gold Standard... now they suck. I hate my old Hot/Outlook accounts. I won’t stay and watch you turn into Yahoo.
I love FF but you’re screwing it up. The extensions, the lack of a need to assimilate and "sign in" were what made you great! F-Google, who wants to know where I am, what I like, who I date, if I'm employed. Don't turn us into mindless algorithms, or worse yet Androids.
I've had to set most of my FF extensions to not auto-update, because in trying to appease you, the developers next version may suck.
Folks, on a lot of ext. reviews I see people ripping the developers to shreds that they loved and used for years. Don't hate the player, hate the new rules.
A new mindless, poorly developed extensions, sure... have at it. But don't dump on somebody who's given you something great and free for years because Moz put one hand behind their backs. And you kids, when your browser slows down because you've got multiple , themes, emojis and all other bells and whistles running, don't whine. It's bloat, often bad code. Image is not everything on line, privacy, scrutiny and functionality are. That's what made this browser take off over a decade ago.
Moz, “Don’t go changin, to try and please me…”

Whitelist doesnt seem to work Rated 3 out of 5 stars

No matter how many times I added stackoverflow to the whitelist, it still tries to use the proxy. The site doesn't work well with the proxy and I keep on getting a message of the effect "Refresh this page to load it without using the proxy".

Wait for New Update

Addon-sdk support is being withdrawn.
all extensions are being ported to web-extension.

api required to update proxy was available only recently.
I am rebuilding the extension wholly.

Wait for release

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Do not work with mobile firefox :( After install extension, it is not appear in menu. Was tested under android 5 MIUI 8 on smartphone, and under android 4.4 on tablet.

Rebuilding API

Addon-sdk support is being withdrawn.
all extensions are being ported to web-extension.

api required to update proxy was available only recently.
I am rebuilding the extension wholly.
Wait for release

Does not work on latest Android Firefox Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Does not work on latest Android Firefox

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

not working on Firefox for Android 53.0.2

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Does not work on latest Android Firefox

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

In Android Firefox doesn't show any sign, button or anything to know it's working.

Work On Android Firefox? Rated 3 out of 5 stars

When Using This Add-ons On Android Firefox, Nothing Shown on Setting Page of This Add-ons. So I can't check this Add-ons is working or not.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thw best and the most

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

ㅈㅎㅇ ㅏ

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Does Not work on my galaxy note pro 12 and also on my galasy s7 edge

works really well and does what it is supposed to do.whitelist needs fixing but everything else works fine. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

works really well and does what it is meant to do really well.whitelist needs fixing but everything else works fine.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Nice thing, both for Droid and PC (with FF38).

But.

While it remembers its ena-/disabled state right it does not reflects its state in the icon after FF was restarted. Even when a Data Saver function is disabled the icon always still green until manually turned On and right then back Off.

Thanks for Notifying

it is gui glitch. will fix next release.
:)

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

not working on Firefox for Android