UntrackMe Alternatives

    UntrackMe is described as 'once set by default to open Twitter and YouTube links will transform them into Nitter and Invidious links and delegate the action to another app' and is an app in the Security & Privacy category. There are seven alternatives to UntrackMe for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, Firefox, Google Chrome, FreeTube and Nitter. The best alternative is NitterizeMe, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like UntrackMe are Nitterify (Free, Open Source), Invidition (Free, Open Source), InvidioMe (Free, Open Source) and PeerTubeify (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated May 11, 2021

    1. The purpose of NitterizeMe is to transform YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Google Maps and some shortener services URLs into new URLs that respect your privacy. YouTube URLs will be converted into Invidious URLs, Twitter into...
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Online
      • Nitter
      • Firefox
      Nitterify is a Web Extension redirecting Twitter links to Nitter, an alternative, privacy-friendly, interface.
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    2. Invidition is an extension allowing you to redirect YouTube and Twitter requests to their counterparts, Invidious and .

      Discontinued

      Invidition is no longer maintained: https://codeberg.org/Booteille/Invidition/issues/53

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    3. Convert any YouTube Links and Videos to Invidio Links.
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    4. PeerTubeify allows to redirect between YouTube and PeerTube and across PeerTube instances, automatically or by displaying a link. If you choose to automatically redirect from YouTube to PeerTube, it uses Invidious (...
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Online
      • Google Chrome
      • FreeTube
      • Firefox
      Redirects YouTube links to FreeTube.
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    5. Redirects all YouTube links to Invidious. Previously hooktube-redirect, but changed since Hooktube is no longer allowed to use the YouTube API, apparently.
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