|User since||July 15, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||1 theme|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
A quick update Rated 1 out of 5 stars
"And finally, if all of this seems like it might be a joke, the policy clarifies: “We are serious about all of the above. So don’t go trying to sue us later with some nonsense like ‘I thought that was all satire.’ All your privacy are belong to us. We mean it.”
I reached out to Corley for comment and didn’t hear back from him. But self-destructive terms of service aside, Skipity seems to be a real search engine. Though it mostly acts as a front-end for Bing and Amazon’s site search, it also offers a StumbleUpon-like feature that lets you “skipity” to a random page on the web based on your interests. Those interests can be stored between visits if the user signs up for Skipity’s Facebook app, which gives the site access to the user’s profile data and that of his or her friends.
Probably not a wise move."
Who on God's green earth would take that policy seriously? Forbes, apparently. And Andrew didn't have the guts to reply when they asked him for comment. He sure doesn't seem to have an issue with replying to us, though. How very brave of him.
Don't bother Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Deleted after the developer decided to install a bunch of stuff I never agreed to, including Skipity, which flat out sucks on a too many levels to list. Way to sabotage the privacy of all your users!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (12.8).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have used and loved this add-on for years. Until now. Since Firefox upgraded to the latest version your add-on does not work. PLEASE do the tweaking necessary to fix this issue! I miss having everything I use regularly visible one one screen.