Biscuit

Biscuit

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Chris Maclellan
@chris_maclellan
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I really like the idea of a separate app that I can open and check out all my updates from various sites then close so i don't get distracted. I've tried @stationhq, @ramboxapp, @get_shift, and more. Great features: - The grouping feature in Biscuit, although simple, is a great feature. - I also like that if I click a link in an app it opens a new tab instead of opening the tab in my browser. Questions: - Are the applications hibernating after a certain amount of time? If so, what is that time and could it be optional per app? Issues: - When I run the 1.0.3 appimage on Linux Mint 19.1 the application icon is not displayed correctly. - If I make the sidebar the smallest I can the group button disappears, and the group names are tiny. Could the group names be set to display some sort of alias instead? ie. the first letter in the group name, or all the capital letters in the group name - Some of the custom apps that I have added, discord and protonmail, have signed out after the app has hibernated and i try to open the application. Is this a feature or a bug?
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Lyondhür Picciarelli
Sheer Simple is Licious
40 reviews
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Light, functional, free, unlimited, low-consumption and overall great. Everything that Station, Stacks, Rambox, Ferdi, Franz and Shift.. isn't. It couldn't be any simpler to any new websites and it works flawleslly.
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This is really great but it buggy sometimes when I rename group I cant type anything so I should restart and it would be perfect if this support third party plugins like chrome does
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κακοθερής
@joshtransient
1 review
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Been waiting about three years for @stationhq to do some really basic stuff like killing the ugly menu bar, supporting custom URLs, and allowing me to last two sessions without breaking MS Teams. Biscuit knocked it out of the park immediately, then followed through by letting me do shared sessions between my apps (no more private sessions/other browsers to drop into dev environments). And for all those obsessed with screen real estate, Biscuit lets you remove enough UI elements to let every app be full screen, minus a small chunk on the left for the toolbar (which you can shrink to just icons). You have a user for life. Would gladly pay for this.
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Antonio Montoya
Digital transformation strategist
1 review
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I love how it allowed me to solve my tab hell. It is really clean and just works. My only issue is that I work with several add-ons to GMail, one in particular !streak is critical for my work. ?agata are you planning to add this capability? Also, I love you can just add any URL, super useful!
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Peter Thaleikis
Developer & Indie Hacker
29 reviews
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Prometheus Parlowski
@prometheus_parlowski
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Is it also soon available as portable version? Or do I have the possibility to use it at an USB drive?

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Justin Mabee
Squarespace Designer
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Keita Ono
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