- by mavi, 2 months agoRated 5 out of 5I've been using this on Chrome for years! I recently switched to Firefox, and I was like, oh, I'm already learned not to waste my time on Facebook. Well, let's just say very quickly I learned how to dumb-scroll again. And it is mostly ads, I've been consuming SO many ads. Already bought a new shampoo. I am so glad this plug in works in Firefox too. In Chrome it even works on youtube, which became my biggest time sink.
EDIT: After installing, I saw it blocks Youtube in Firefox too~ awesome! biggest life upgrade
- by Firefox user 15051978, 3 months agoRated 5 out of 5Activée sur Facebook et Youtube, cette app permet de continuer à utiliser ces services, mais sans être distrait par des contenus qu'on ne souhaitait pas regarder. Certaines parties sont conservées, elle supprime le fil d'actualité, les vidéos recommandées... Cette app est très efficace ! Merci beaucoup !
- by Thoms Guillemot, 3 months agoRated 5 out of 5A must have ! Very effective, I can now chat with friends without being distracted by useless informations and noise. Can you add video feed eradicator on Facebook to in the facebook options ?
- by PaperBoy90, 6 months agoRated 5 out of 5Do you how easy it is to fall into a rabbit hole on youtube? Thanks to this extension, that's a thing of the past.
Whatever I'm going on youtube to watch, I just watch it and I don't get tempted to watch other videos.
Honestly this is by far the most useful extension along with adblock!
- by wC, 8 months agoRated 5 out of 5App is incredible, respect & love to the creator for making it open source. Have used for many years in Chrome but just switched to Firefox out of privacy concerns, and was happy to see it's on FF as well!
- by Derpuwolf, 10 months agoRated 5 out of 5It is surprisingly effective at stopping me from using sites such as Twitter and now, Youtube. Simply loading the site and realizing that I'm trying to enforce my restrictions upon them, and having their main feeds taken out, reminds me that I have no business in then, thus I end up closing them moments after.
Sounds dumb, but it's really darn useful.