Critiques pour Poper Blocker: Popup blocker for FireFox
Poper Blocker: Popup blocker for FireFox par Dingo Solutions
- Noté 1 sur 5par Cole, il y a 8 joursIt was great until they realized they could monetize it. Now it's just trash.
- Noté 1 sur 5par g , il y a un moisDoes not retain sub information, constantly spams. Used to be good, avoid like the plague
- Noté 1 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 14929011 de Firefox, il y a 2 moisPOPS UP its own self promotion banners advising to pay to see not more banners... And has not option to stop showing these self-promotion banners.
- Noté 1 sur 5par Bill Door, il y a 2 moisIt POPS UP its own self-promotion messages. Tried it for a week, blocks a lot of things, including all the useful stuff. Fails to get rid of adverts and overlays, but the reason I'm un-installing is its really annoying way of POPPING UP itself, to promote its OWN extra features. Ethically corrupt. Remove remove remove.
- Noté 1 sur 5par Garrus-V, il y a 3 moisIt's a FREE TRIAL ONLY. This ship is a flying cashgrab. Don't bother with it unless You want to compact it into a cube, otherwise it's a flying waste of time.
- Noté 1 sur 5par Jay, il y a 5 moisIronically, this popup blocker is rife with popups about its own subsciption service that you can't block. Failed at the first hurdle. Avoid this garbage.
- Noté 1 sur 5par Alexandre, il y a 5 moisNot working well now (look at the last reviews compared to the old ones!)
- Noté 1 sur 5par n7Nm, il y a 6 moisBad updates killed this app that was already sus for collecting tons of your data. Now its also showing you popups (you're reading this right, its a popup blocker that creates its own popups) to upsell you on its premium version. Avoid and use something else.
- Noté 1 sur 5par sod off, il y a 6 moisComplete garbage. It does nothing, but try to make you buy their scam-ware.
- Noté 1 sur 5par CommandChespin, il y a 6 moisThe newest version of Poper Blocker has become basically paid add-on, so do your self a favor and downgrade to an older version and avoid the newest one from this point on.
- Noté 1 sur 5par dogman, il y a 7 moisAnnoying and spam. They are cheats. Just use open source solution from Ublock.
Please report this app for "misleading" since it doesn't do what it should do.
- Noté 1 sur 5par coil4542, il y a 7 moisA popup blocker which has popups to entice its users to subscribe to the paid pro version in order to "better" block popups...
- Noté 1 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 17541003 de Firefox, il y a 7 moisThis extension has its own popups WTF?
- Noté 1 sur 5par Zoe, il y a 7 moisHave used this extension for years but suddenly pop ups aren't being blocked and they want to charge for pro? No thanks will now be uninstalling
- Noté 1 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 17073353 de Firefox, il y a 7 moisWill be uninstalling now that this extension is going with a subscription plan. Now I'm forced to deal with subpar blocking or pay up, even though when I downloaded it was full protection for free. Disappointed.
- Noté 1 sur 5par Lorry, il y a 7 moisThe thing has just started popping up ads and hassling me to subscribe to things. Removing and going with a free one.
- Noté 1 sur 5par jhofmann55, il y a 7 moisI'm not clear what just went on but this has been working beautifully for months and all of a sudden in the last day or so it was missing an overlay on a page that I frequent and when I went to the control it was a new UI and they are trying to sell me something. The manual removal didn't work, I had to actually refresh the page to force the automatic removal to trigger. Now I'm going out to hunt for a new blocker. Really bummed...
- Noté 1 sur 5par Kepler, il y a 7 moisI tried out this add-on because I was sick of visiting websites only to have to exit out of some annoying overlay begging me to sign up for their mailing list or some other thing I don't care about. I thought after I installed Poper Blocker that my web surfing would be a lot less annoying. Oh how wrong I was! Immediately after installing this add-on, I went to a website to read an article, only to be met with another overlay! You can imagine my frustration as I quickly uninstalled Poper Blocker.
I should had known this was going to happen, because the add-on tried to get me to subscribe to their monthly payment plan right after I installed it. When I visited the website to read the article, I clicked on the Poper Blocker icon in my toolbar and it told me that "50% of distractions were blocked." I assume that, if I had subscribed to their monthly plan, that 100% of distractions would be blocked. However, since the entire purpose of this add-on is to block such distractions, I feel like forcing users to pay money just to get any real use out of this add-on defeats the purpose.
I understand that the developers need to make money, and that they're only asking for a few bucks a month for their service, however I feel like there's a better way to generate revenue from this add-on. For example, they could make it so that free users only get a certain number of popup, popunder, and overlay blocks per month, and they could subscribe to the monthly plan in order to get unlimited blocks if they so choose. This way users could get the full benefits of the add-on and the devs would still be able to earn an income from it. I was extremely disappointed because it seemed like a good add-on, but keeping the actual features of it behind a paywall makes it pretty much useless, and I don't recommend anyone to try out this add-on unless the devs change how they monetize it.
- Noté 1 sur 5par wvxwxvw, il y a un anЭто просто сборщик информации. Оверлеи легко удаляются, например, uBlock, который не собирает никаких данных. Или вручную, через css, или блокировкой скриптов. 38К оболваненных пользователей... ай беда. )
- Noté 1 sur 5par Robert Grimm, il y a un anI was checking the DOM for my own website (which has zero trackers), when I noticed a "randid" entry in localStorage. So not only is the extension collecting data about the websites I visit but it's also making a unique identifier visible on the web. Thanks but no thanks. In fact, that is disgusting.