Comment on any website and see what other people are saying. Share advice, better deals, browsing tips and opinions.
With Common you can leave notes in websites for everyone to see, even if the website doesn't have a comment section. Share navigation tips, discount coupons, honest reviews, advice on how to use something, warn users on hidden costs or wrong information. You can also save private notes to yourself so you can read them when you later visit the page. Common is useful for: - Websites that don't have comments enabled or these are disabled - When moderators remove comments and violate your free speech rights - Add discount coupons and voucher codes to use when shopping - Inform users about a mistake in the web page - Warn users on fishy companies or scams - Provide additional value not found in the web page - Refer to a website with better or further information Comments are moderated by everyone by voting them Up or Down. Comments with many negative votes are tagged as spam and removed. You can read all public comments without the need to log in, to leave comments and ratings just log in with your Google account. Show your support by rating the app with a good rating, this tells me that you like it so I'll keep improving it and adding new cool features.
- (2020-08-21) Timothy Choi: cool concept but can't log-in.
- (2020-07-28) Rhomis Rhemis: Requires you to "log in". Doesn't work. You cannot log in. Now I have to change my Google Password since I don't trust the author of this program.
- (2019-11-30) Android K: Login fails
- (2019-02-27) Jon Davis: Looked forward to seeing this extension but when logging in I got a 500 error. Uninstalling.
- (2018-10-16) Mahdi Golestaneh: Add support for unicode i can show you the bug add enter support if it show comment from others (e.g. webannotation sites, scam report sites, trustpilot) i think it is a good idea
- (2015-09-14, v:1.0.0) Teshar Solanki: Not Working
Hi, have you stopped providing service for this plugin? I was thinking of making this exact same thing and decided to check if it existed, seems like it does, but not many people are using. What has happened?