A browser extension that redirects Twitter links to Nitter instead. - SimonBrazell/nitter-redirect

Looks good with privacy statement, MIT license, repo …

A simple browser extension that redirects Twitter requests to Nitter instead.

No unnecessary permissions required, only listens for and redirects requests made to twitter .com, www.twitter .com, mobile.twitter .com, pbs.twimg .com & video.twimg .com, nothing else.

mozilla install link:


There’s also UnTrackMe for Android through FDroid if you want something system wide (handles Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Google Map links), havent used it but have heard good things.


There is also Privacy Redirect that redirect to Bibliogram, Invidious, Nitter and OpenStreetMap.


That looks good too, especially having invidious functionality. I love the simplicity of nitter-redirect but might test out pr for invidious (and maybe consolidate reddit-old).

Nice! Aside from the privacy improvement, opening a twitter link always gives me a “this isn’t available for you” error, and I have to open it like 3 times to make it work, so now I only have to open the link once.

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