Rated 4 out of 5by christopher bronowski, 2 years ago
To be honest it hasn't been long enough. If you don't edit video all the time I say it's great so far. The content I produce is all over the place so I want to see if it reacts to insane content and if it plays tricks on how I think it will export. Basically see how it handles chaos and movement. i'll report back in and hour or a day.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Nicole Ahmed, a month agoThis is a great customisable reader app which - unlike the firefox native version - allows you to keep images in and hyperlinks highlighted.
The options are a bit clunky - and the default view in my opinion should be with a sans serif font (not Georgia) because this is usually better for readability and accessibility
Thanks to the dev
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 17257330, 4 months agoI'm using this from Fennec Android. Please optimize the experience in mobile phones. I CAN'T SAVE PDF IN ANDROID BROWSER. The PDF option isn't working. Please fix this Arunk.
Developer responseposted 4 months agoThank you for the review and feedback.
Unfortunately, "Firefox for Android" does not support the ability to "save as PDF" through webextensions/addons -- only desktop versions of the browser support this feature.
I have added the link to the saveAsPDF API web page below that shows which browser versions support this feature:
When this API is supported for Firefox on Android, the extension will add this functionality.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Peter Kehl, 8 months agoThank you.
Loving this, especially because (unlike in-built Firefox Reader View) this works along with other add-ons. I use it together with YAWAS (highlighter).