Remove all color from the active page.
Convert the active web page into grayscale by placing a CSS webkit-filter value on it's HTML element. Reload the page to remove the effect.
- (2020-12-29) Liv Lamberti: I dont know why, But it wouldnt work. I am not going to blame the app though because I tried to download a lot of greyscale apps but none worke
- (2020-06-25) Alex B.: Why is it not a toggle? It's turned on with one click, but turning it off again is only possible by reloading each and every page. Half-assed attempt!
- (2019-10-30) Евгений Козлов: unix philosophy/single responsibility principle in the wild. Provides more universal flow than accessibility audit tools may provide.
- (2019-06-12) Linards Jukmanis: It does what it says on the box, but if it can't be auto enabled on every page it loses it's usefulness - I don't want to click on it on every new page. For now, the grayscale bar on Dark Reader (which unforntunately doesn't grayscale images) will have to do.
- (2016-01-28) Adrian Toll: Works well. I'd give five stars if the button toggled the desaturation rather than having to refresh the page.
- (2015-07-06) Andrew Irino: Works as intended, but it would be more useful as a toggle than just an on switch, and if it remembered the pages on which it was applied.
- (2015-04-15) Tucker Phillips: Doesn't work on chrome store or chrome settings page???
- (2015-02-16) hamid tarmazdi: nice and simple
- (2014-12-14) Fabricio Quagliariello: Would be great to have a switch to enable/disable the desaturation. Sometimes it's hard to get to a certain page from within an application.
- (2013-10-11) HY Zhang: Works well with just one click. Can we make it auto enabled?
- (2013-09-12) Perfecta, rapida y sencilla, desatura la web. Util para paginas con colores chillones, o si no queremos llamar la atencion.