Review by Firefox user 13496487
- Rated 1 out of 5by Zyler Zyzyx, 2 days agoJust a vehicle to advertise pay apps. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME! No option to download the video, just a long list of teeny pieces of the file. Yes, I understand the TS files, but I do not want to download and compile 678 pieces. That's what the app is for. This app does not do any of that.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 17313862, 9 days agoI might like this addon, but on my macbook pro, there is no "shortcut" in the menubar, and so, I have never been able to use this addon, because I have found no instructions/use manual, to explain how I use an addon with no shortcut in the menubar. Happy to change the rating if someone could explain how to use this????
- Rated 1 out of 5by Quinnie, 19 days agoAddon never works, it does not download any videos (on any website that has video embedded). All it provides are tiny "video" files, none of which are the actual video! I have used many addons over the years, this is definitely a faulty one. Judging by other revews, a scam and stealing data doesn't sit well with me after being hacked a few years ago!
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 16303845, a month agoScammish. Doesn't record live streaming videos. Gives you a hit, and then takes you to a page where it wants you to pay $20 or more to download the Ultimate version which apparently gives you the capability. I have no problem paying but be upfront about this being a paid app from the start.
A short trial of the software (a few days to a week) would be good to let potential customers test out the basic features to determine if this is the extension they want to use and spend their money on.
- Rated 1 out of 5by pro-guy, a month agoIt is unable to identify playing streams and just shows ad for downloading their android app
- Rated 3 out of 5by Early Riser, 2 months agoThis is suppose to be one of the best downloaders. I beg to differ. On about 1/2 of the time it can't even detect file download links or streaming links even with all ad and script blockers turned off. I have to use "Video DownloadHelper" instead. My old XP64 with FF52.9esr and "Flash Video Downloader 16.3.8 by Paul Saint" is/was better by leaps & bounds, and I am still using my old system. If Paul Saint reads this, I beg you, PLEASE, PLEASE upgrade your old Flash Video Downloader to work on the latest FireFox browser.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Noober, 2 months agoThis addon does not download 4K videos. It opens another page on the Internet where you have to pay 19.99$ for this functionality.
That's why the words ''- supports up to 4k videos'' are a lie. Now it does not support 4K if you do not pay.
WARNING! NO 4K
I will find an addon which can do what I want without paying 19.99$ because maybe for you 20 dollars mean 3 cups of coffee, but in my country it is one week of buying food.
IMHO< the author should mention that you have to pay, in the description!
Anyway, I have tried 6 other similar addons, and 2 scripts for Tampermonkey, and none of them did what they promised, they did not download 4K or were not free, or wanted the user to use command line if they need 4K.
I will have to continue using web-sites for downloading YouTube videos, and hopefully Firefox can make it easy for developers to make a functioning 4K downloader.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Kathleen, 2 months agoonly add-on I could find which also downloads Spotlightr videos