- Rated 2 out of 5by AnarQ, 4 months agoGreat for hiding specific tags, and the only available option, but it's taken me literal years this is behind what's been hiding the blog names & timestamps on reblogs, I genuinely thought it was a horrible thing tumblr did that I couldn't turn off and didn't know why anyone else was talking about it. I feel so much better now that I've gotten rid of this extension, I really wish I could keep the tag hiding, but it's not worth it, if they fix this issue then maybe I'll take it back.
- Rated 4 out of 5by jSweetxCherry, 3 years agoI just love keeping my dash safe for myself to browse tumblr, and this is the best extension I've used. However, I have noticed that it stopped getting rid of the posts containing the warning from tumblr's native filtering system, and for personal reasons, I would rather not know about the existence of the specific posts at all. Could this be fixed soon, please? I need a safe experience
- Rated 3 out of 5by Jack, 3 years agoA wonderful extension that has served me well in the past, but now that I've returned to Tumblr I've noticed that the extension no longer hides recommended or sponsored posts. It would be much appreciated if you could address this.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 13858095, 5 years agoWhen it works, it works great, but why does it lose my Blacklist over and over and over every time I restart Firefox? Is there some bug or issue?
The lack of response from the dev loses a star too.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Stephen, 6 years agoIt's an amazing extension. It really saves me from seeing posts of things I do not want to see... but sometimes it doesn't hide things (mostly the junk on the sidebar).
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13519282, 6 years agoAs of December 16th 2017 this extension is working again. As of the time of this writing I'm using Firefox Quantum version 57.0.2. The previous reviews are several months old.
You're probably going to need this to avoid star wars spoilers, and the like.
- Rated 2 out of 5by anapana83, 6 years agoI got a new laptop and wanted to start using on Firefox on it. Downloaded Tumblr Savior for it and notice after the first use that it didn't save my blacklist. I thought it was just an error I made, so i loaded it again and noticed that it didn't even save my list when I tried to paste it. It used to work well, but i'm not sure what happened with it now. Shame.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13237504, 6 years agoDoes exactly what it says. Removes ads and hides blacklisted posts. Tags for blacklisted posts are still visible so you can decide whether to view the post or not. I like how easy it is to restore a saved list since I need to refresh Firefox sometimes and that deletes all addons.