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    Firework

    Easiest access to web sites and applications.

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    • 0x60ac reviewed Firework
      It works fine, uses much less RAM than a browser (CPU, too). I would probably keep using this application for podcasts or SoundCloud. I don’t really like the interface, but it’s just a minor thing. Overall, Firework is very good. Also, about security - it’s not clear how it all works and I essentially give this thing my logins and passwords. In general, again, nice application. Well done.
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      9 months ago
    • 0x60ac Upvoted a comment on Firework
      Had an instance where I had to switch between four different emails as Twitch and Twitter were constantly banning and unbanning my accounts. I grew tired after two days of this and tried to find something to fix the problem. Someone recommended this. I wasn’t really expecting anything, but Firework actually helped and I had an okay experience with it. Didn’t really use it much afterwards, until recently. I realised that it’s capable of much more than just seamlessly switching between different email accounts. You can use absolutely *any* web service with it, and you can pin it so it’s always just a click away. Technically you don’t even need to use a browser at all if you’re using Firework. Less distractions, more space on the screen, faster loading speed and so on and so forth. I haven’t really tried any alternatives yet, but I feel like I don’t really need them for now.
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      9 months ago
    • garrbeachcliffwave reviewed Firework
      Had an instance where I had to switch between four different emails as Twitch and Twitter were constantly banning and unbanning my accounts. I grew tired after two days of this and tried to find something to fix the problem. Someone recommended this. I wasn’t really expecting anything, but Firework actually helped and I had an okay experience with it. Didn’t really use it much afterwards, until recently. I realised that it’s capable of much more than just seamlessly switching between different email accounts. You can use absolutely *any* web service with it, and you can pin it so it’s always just a click away. Technically you don’t even need to use a browser at all if you’re using Firework. Less distractions, more space on the screen, faster loading speed and so on and so forth. I haven’t really tried any alternatives yet, but I feel like I don’t really need them for now.
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      10 months ago