- by Andreas Toth, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5Illogical organisation of operating systems and browsers. Should be simplified by breaking down the three rows of mobile platforms, browsers, and operating systems to only two rows with the top one being the operating system which includes Windows, Linux, Android, macOS, iOS, etc., etc. The second row would then list the possible browsers for the selected operating system. There is absolutely **no** need for a third row listing mobile platforms as mobile platforms are operating systems! Note also the order of the rows, operating systems should be listed and selected before the browser since the operating system determines the browsers that are available under that operating system. I do hope this gets tidied up in a future version since I wish to use this extension as it is the only one that I can find that exist for both Chrome and Firefox and supports overriding per domain.
In addition there is no "default" option, i.e., an option that returns the real user-agent. This is a must!
- by PsY, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5It works fine and I really like the style! It looks great! What I'm not such a fan of is that it's a global thing. I'd like (e.g.) the mobile view only for the tab I click the button on, but this switches for all browser windows. Not sure if that's even possible though.
- by Firefox user 14390129, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Iam unable to switch to desktop site. Anyone here please guide me. My requirement is to permanently open firefox as desktop view on my android mobile. Previous version of firefox has this capability, wherein after downloading of extension phony.
- by zxzxzx, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Works well and has a pleasant interface that makes it easy to use. It's great for web test dev work, and also for bypassing poorly coded sites that hardcode a list of permitted user agents.