- Rated 4 out of 5by Anach, 2 years agoGreat extension. Only annoyance is I had no idea what it was on the toolbar or overflow menu, because the extension name is a lengthy description of it's disabled state, which is completely unnecessary, and annoying.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Johnny Boy, 2 years agoThis is awesome and way better than another user agent switcher extension I tried which gave only very few user agents. This one provides linux ones, for instance. I spoofed MS Teams to do a working video call through firefox on linux which is even better than their electron-based client since that only allows you to see a 2x2 grid of people, while in Chrome (or firefox with chrome UA) you can see way more. Nice!
- Rated 1 out of 5by viluon, 2 years agoThe UI is absolutely horrible, shows multiple scrollbars instead of scaling properly to fit the size of the pop-up. The buttons are confusing, there's no clear way of changing the UA of the current tab or resetting it to the browser default (you can only reset it for an entire "container," which is a collection of tabs users are rarely familiar with).
- Rated 5 out of 5by 小闸蟹, 2 years agoThe best UA switcher I've ever used! If some website blocks Firefox and you fail to switch the UA to Chrome to cheat it, you can make it to Safari on MacOS with this tool to pass the check!
- Rated 5 out of 5by thinker jkr, 2 years ago01. Thanks for the Trust; 02. Our Corporation has placed your Browser first among the Three we use; 03. By joint efforts of Thought and Will Your Team and our Corporation "Conquer Everest" in the field of High Technologies ";
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