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  1. Hello Soren,
    registering to your bug tracker system did not work (confirmation mail never arrived). In version 3.0.1 the “websearch” from the contextmenu does not work. When selecting a text and launch “websearch” nothing happens. Please fix.
    Yours cincerly

    1. Frank,
      Thanks for the bug report. It has been fixed and will be included in the next release.
      Regarding Redmine’s email confirmation, your email server’s spam filtering is blocking it at the SMTP layer. Here is the error I see in my email server log:
      T=remote_smtp defer (-46): SMTP error from remote mail server after end of data: 451 Suspicious message, please come back later
      They may be greylisting the message, in which case it will eventually come through. Otherwise, you might want to contact them and ask that they improve their system.

  2. There are no words to explain the high regard for the developer. This browser has all the ‘pluses’ that lack in other big-brother browsers. It is PERFECT and the only one I trust on my phone… Vielen Dank!

  3. I just stumbled upon this browser and i have to say: It.Is.Great! Thank you so much.
    But is there a bug with the browsing history? It just gets deleted every time i close the browser, even tho i do everything in the options to “save” the history. Do i miss something?

      1. Thank you for your reply :). I understand the concept now (should have read the whole thing beforehand ;P )
        I read webnovels (on 2 domains) and to navigate to the exact chapter and keep track of the chapter-number everytime I want to read something sounds really annoying tbh.
        But I still like your browser 🙂 thanks for your hard work!

        1. That is a use case that Privacy Browser does not currently do a good job of dealing with. I will have to think about it for a while to see if I can come up with a good solution.

  4. Hi. Currently your nice browser has “Proxy through Orbot” option. But there is no similar option for i2p network ! I suggest to you to add new option: “Proxy through i2p”.

  5. Please implement a javascript whitelist/blacklist per-site, kinda like NoScript
    This would allow to block many unwanted popups while still browsing content on websites who require javascript
    Also open a a proper issue section, forcing users to use forum-like forms doesn’t seem the best idea 🙁

  6. First thanks for a wonderful browser, in my older devices that do not support Firefox, PB works exceptionally well! Also I love how you write your thought process when making decisions, I have made a lot of learning thanks to your posts.
    One question though, is it possible to delete cookies BUT not the ones from specific domains? I have a couple websites I would like to keep the cookies from, while deleting the rest. Is it possible with current we view support? Thanks.

  7. Hello,

    Tried to register in to fill a feature request but never got an activation email. Tried twice and even clicked the “if you want to receive a new activation email click here”. Never worked. Is anything wrong with registration at this time?

    The feature request I was going to post about was to allow to have automatic url modification based on domain. My use case would be Invidious.

    Would become this for example:

    Or some other options that they have available. As of right now I am forced to use either cookies or Javascript to use their website properly. I believe other websites can also be improved with this feature. The way I see it shouldn’t be necessary to have Privacy View before this is possible (since the URL is already being manipulated at browser level to disable facebook tracking and such).


  8. Hi Soren
    Please suggest a download manager application
    Are you adding this feature in your amazing app.

    1. For most people, the built in Android download manager is sufficient. However, due to some bugs with the Android download manager on some devices, I have implemented an option to use an external download manager of the user’s choice. You can read more about this at and As described at, part of my design philosophy is to reuse standard Android functionality as much as possible. As such, it is unlikely that I will implement my own download manager because the investment in time would be significant and would detract from the development of core Privacy Browser features.

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