If you use Opera you can also install rbutr – it is just a matter of changing the Chrome file extension from .crx to .nex than installing in to Opera by dragging the file in to the extensions window. However, we haven’t tested this extensively yet so we can’t guarantee it won’t be bug free. […]
A user recently asked why they should allow rbutr to: Access your data on all websites Access your tabs and browsing activity And I fully admit, when I saw those two phrases for the first time, my reaction was the same as yours probably was, “Woaahhh… access MY data? on ALL websites??” The phrase is […]
Update: rbutr is now available on Firefox. And Opera. I received an impassioned plea from a user the other day to expand to Safari. I completely understand the frustration at not being able to use an app you love because it doesn’t work in your browser of choice, and you don’t want to change browsers. Both Craig and […]
Hey, More and more people are contacting us now reporting that Chrome won’t let them install rbutr. Sadly, Google recently changed how plugins are installed, and as a default, they will only allow apps in the app store to be automatically installed. Everything else has to be manually installed through the extensions pane in chrome. […]
Updated Article Published on 21May13 As you may have noticed, rbutr is only available for Chrome at the moment. This is simply because we are still developing the technology and it just makes sense to start with only one browser and get it right before trying to expand to multiple browsers, where you need to […]
I have just filmed a second introduction video. It is a bit longer than the last as it also covers how content is added to rbutr. I will keep making new intro videos as the app evolves over time.