Rated 3 out of 5by Zig Meister, 4 months ago
It works. It works well BUT it floods ADs, some precede videos in sites - bombarded with useless, bogus ads - SHOVING them. As much as I like being able to easily present a browser change, the issue still remains.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 17867171, an hour agoWorks perfectly, and it stands by the purpose of firefox (and the entire mozilla foundation), being open source. I also love that I can set the ua to something custom like windows 12 with chrome 250.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Lin Zhe-Hui, 3 days agoWhen i using whitelist mode, this add-ons sometimes mistakely chages my UA for site not on the list. This happens occasionally and triggers Google's security check which warns me that there might be suspicious / mailious behavior in my PC. (i gauess reason would be they find me using different browsers with same cookie in a short time) I confirmed that both fake UA and real UA appear in the Gmail's "recent activity" within short minutes. Oh, this problem is already reported by someone to the github repo: https://github.com/ray-lothian/UserAgent-Switcher/issues/191
- Rated 2 out of 5by CodeBlue, 5 days agoIt's a nice extension but it's really missing a native "randomize" option where you can select some browsers and OS, and how often you want the extension to randomly choose a new User-Agent for you. I hope Ray can add this soon; which will make it purrrrfect :-)
- Rated 3 out of 5by dfk, 9 days agoVery good options and user-agents to choose from but unfortunately it doesn't work as well as the other User-Agent Switcher as some site still detect the old user agent strangely.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13084636, 11 days agoAwesome way to bypass anti-trust artificial slowdowns by competing platforms. This addon should be classed as a top-priority must-have privacy app.