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|User since||November 14, 2011|
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So far, it's juuuuuust right. Exactly what I needed to keep on top of my feeds. I wish the count badge refreshed a little quicker, but that's probably more about Feedly than this add-on. Great stuff.
UPDATE: Sadly, the badge is simply stuck at one. That is, it shows 1 unread item whether there are a hundred or none. Too bad. Uninstalling.
Only problem I had was that it appeared in my taskbar, down below, instead of the toolbar above. Pretty easy to move. Thanks for putting this together.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0).
Love this little beast of an extension. Does something so simple yet so vital, you kind of wonder why it isn't built in to the browser. Great stuff. I wish it worked with Feedly, but ah well. It works on the important stuff, anyway. Great add on. I just wish I could get the blacklist to work.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.13). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
I've been browsing all the geeky forums, trying to figure out how to get notifications in an app tab. Set up all kinds of styles, tinkered with a half dozen add-ons and pretty much pulled my hair out. I tried Tab Badge as a last ditch effort to make it work before giving it up altogether. Works flawlessly and without any hassles whatsoever. Doesn't even require a browser restart. Beautiful. A fast solution for an irritating problem. Love when that happens.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.8).
Does what it's supposed to do and does it well. Love it.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1.7).
Lastpass is awesome when it does what it's supposed to do. By my estimation, that's three out of five times it's called upon. The other two? Misery. Lastpass doesn't recognize fields or it just mysteriously chooses not to fill some of them in. It doesn't matter how many times you tweak your information, LastPass can find a way to mess it up. And I'm using the premium service, with addons for Firefox, Chrome, Android and Dolphin. I use Lastpass for programs on my Windows 7 computer. Believe me, I want to love it.
The process of setting up a file manager is tedious, if done right. I took all the LP suggestions and changed repeated passwords, allowed the program to generate secure passwords for new sites, etc. If it weren't for that time investment, I'd bail on them and try another password manager at this point. I consider LastPass an A-for-effort, C-for-execution kind of scene.
I've experimented with other gesture programs and didn't expect much from this one. The surprise was all mine. AIOG is highly customizable and yet reasonably easy to figure out. Best of all, it does what it claims to do. I set my gestures to match those I use with the Dolphin browser on my Android phone. I figure by using the same gestures on both devices, I may actually memorize them all before I'm dead. Great add-on. Quickly became one of my favorites.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.22.1).