Rated 5 out of 5by sea212, 2 years ago
Another great step towards web 3.0 browsers. Currently it is required that you run a local IPFS instance, it would be great if that will change in the future. I recommend to checkout Brave (browser), it has IPFS integrated and offers other web 3.0 functionality.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Usuário FF 17151627, 6 months agoÉ uma extensão interessante para a segurança da navegação. O time de desenvolvimento desta extensão poderia atualizá-la e deixá-la compatível com o Firefox para Android.
Atualizado: Que pena 😔, mas agradeço a sua resposta, em relação da lista "abençoada" para FF para Android, tem sim extensões muito boas, mas essa lista precisa ser renovada pois tem algumas extensões desatualizadas a quase três anos, tomara que a Mozilla tome uma providência em relação a isso.
Developer responseposted 6 months agoSadly it is not possible: Firefox for Android does not implement all necessary APIs.
FYI Mozilla has a hardcoded list of "blessed" extensions at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/collections/4757633/7dfae8669acc4312a65e8ba5553036/ – nothing else is allowed to run on Android, unfortunately.
- Rated 3 out of 5by traek728, a year agoGreat initiative for a more decentralized and open web. The main issue I'm having right now is repetitive notifications that my ipfs gateway has gone offline....then back online. This seems to happen repeatedly at random times. Would give 4-5 stars if this was fixed. Otherwise, great work and looking forward to future development.
- Rated 3 out of 5by foo, 2 years agoI love the idea, but the constant push notifications are a deal-breaker. Removed!
Developer responseposted 2 years agoWe are sorry about that.
You can disable them on Preferences screen by toggling "Enable Notifications" off.
Was there a specific type of notification you've found annoying?
If you have spare time, please provide some feedback
Hope you can give Companion another try, thanks!