Adds numbers of trackers on google play apps using Exodus Privacy.
Worry about your privacy? Want to know if an app is tracking you? Now you can see directly within the play store how many trackers there are in an Application. Using exodus privacy reports (https://exodus-privacy.eu.org/)
- (2020-03-11) Eric santos: muito bom
- (2020-03-06) Jake Foley: This extension does not work on Brave. Added a new profile for Brave. fyi: It's basically like installing a fresh/brand new version of the browser itself (no extensions, all settings are at the default state, etc). The only thing I did on this "fresh" install of Brave was install this extension and access a couple of specific apps on the playstore. Exodify simply does not work under Brave. Saddens me to give this fantastic extension a 1-star rating. Saddens me even more that it isn't working with Brave. It works w/o issues on Firefox (and I have tons of privacy-based extensions, major config modifications, etc) and there aren't any conflicts at all. I noticed that Exodify was last updated 13.march.2019: A year ago. Hopefully an update will resolve this issue.
- (2018-11-28) Pat Walshe: This is a fantastic transparency tool, helping to expose the tracking code embedded in apps and also app permissions.
- (2018-04-24) Konstantin K.: Works great, thank you.