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|User since||August 14, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
I have no issues with the performance of the add-on itself, it works perfectly and does exactly what it's supposed to do, however, I'm always leery about granting apps access to my google account so I was wondering what granting your app access encompasses. What exactly am I granting your app (you?) access to in my google account? Do you have access to this information? And if you do, how is our data being stored and protected?
(By no means am I accusing you or suggesting that you have bad intentions or anything, like I said, I'm just extremely cautious and overprotective of my google account so I was just curious to know some further information for my own piece of mind).
I had received that captcha error for the first time earlier today, but then once I logged into goo.gl everything was back to working as normal. However, since upgrading to the latest version, 1.8.1, I can still create a goo.gl url by right-clicking on websites, but they now no longer show up on my goo.gl page (and yes, I'm logged in and allow cookies).
Can I downgrade to the previous version?
Great add-on, does what it says without any hiccups.
Is there any possibility of adding support for yfrog, pic.twitter, or instagram?
This was an awesome add-on and worked great, however, as of like August 10 (approximately) it stopped working on Twitter. It still works on all the other sites like amazon, facebook, etc. just not Twitter. I removed & reinstalled the add-on but that didn't help.. I believe it stopped working on Twitter the day that went live with their new picture sharing app, so maybe that has something to do with it?