Mr. Crumble

Block those annoying EU cookie compliance notices on iOS

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Floris van Eck
Floris van Eck@florisvaneck · AR/VR Researcher
Testing it out. Hope it works because I am very much annoyed by those pesky warnings that were clearly designed and approved by people who do not use/umderstand the Internet themselves.
Stephen Radford
Stephen RadfordMaker@steve228uk · Founder, Cocoon
@florisvaneck Us too! If any banners did slip through the net, then report them via the app and we'll add them to the database 😊
Constantijn Seys
Constantijn Seys@seysconstantijn
@florisvaneck Exactly. @steve228uk Can you tell more about how you compiled the database?
Stephen Radford
Stephen RadfordMaker@steve228uk · Founder, Cocoon
@seysconstantijn @florisvaneck I wrote a little about it here. http://stephenradford.me/content... It's targeting the most popular 3rd Party/Open Source scripts and then a bunch of regex to try and block the rest. Of course some people use obscure names (*cough* Santander *cough*) and they'll need to be included in the database too.
Stephen Radford
Stephen RadfordMaker@steve228uk · Founder, Cocoon
Hey guys! Any feedback is greatly appreciated it. Very excited to finally push this live — compiling the database was not easy 😊 You can follow Mr. Crumble and me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/mrcrumbleapp http://twitter.com/steve228uk 👨‍❤️‍💋‍👨
Ouriel Ohayon
Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · KZen, CEO / Co-founder isai (VC)
mmm. does not seem to work for me. try on lepoint.fr
Stephen Radford
Stephen RadfordMaker@steve228uk · Founder, Cocoon
@ourielohayon Cheers for letting me know, I've just added that one to the database 😊 It'll update automatically in the background or you can force an update by re-opening Mr. Crumble after fully closing it.