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Trevor Arjeski edited this page Nov 19, 2022 · 30 revisions

Firefox

Name Sites Comment
LibRedirect Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, Instagram, Google, Medium, TikTok, etc. Actively maintained fork of Privacy Redirect
Alter Twitter, YouTube, Reddit Simple and Minimal
Privacy Redirect Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, Instagram, Google Maps, Google Search Unmaintained, use LibRedirect instead.
Twitter to Nitter Redirect Twitter
Nitter Redirect Twitter Unmaintained, use LibRedirect instead.
Nitterify Twitter Without loading Twitter first. Supports media. Deprecated. Use Invidition instead
Invidition Twitter, Youtube Highly configurable. Unmaintained. Use Privacy Redirect instead

Chromium-based browsers

Name Sites Comment
Privacy Redirect Google Maps, Google Search, Instagram, Reddit, Twitter, Youtube
Nitter Redirect Twitter Works when navigating to the site, or opening links

Mobile

Name Sites Comment
iPhone: Redirector Shortcut Twitter iPhone shortcut
iPhone: Privacy Redirect Twitter, Reddit, YouTube, Instagram, Google Translate, Google maps, Google Search, Medium iPhone Safari Extension (iOS 15+)
Android: UntrackMe Google Maps, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube Android app. You can control which redirections and instances

Others

Redirector

FirefoxChromium-basedGitHub

Twitter
  • Example URL: https://twitter.com/
  • Include pattern: ^(?:https?://)(?:www\.|mobile\.|)twitter\.com/(.*)
  • Redirect to: https://nitter.net/$1
  • Pattern type: Regular Expression
Twitter t.co
  • Example URL: https://t.co/
  • Include pattern: ^(?:https?://)t\.co/(.*)
  • Redirect to: https://nitter.net/t.co/$1
  • Pattern type: Regular Expression
Twitter media
  • Example URL: https://pbs.twimg.com/
  • Include pattern: ^(?:https?://)(pbs|video)\.twimg\.com/(.*)
  • Redirect to: https://nitter.net/pic/$1.twimg.com/$2
  • Pattern type: Regular Expression

Bookmarklet by @Mennaruuk

Add a new bookmark with this snippet as the "Location" field:

javascript:window.location.assign(window.location.href.replace(/(mobile.)?twitter.com/,'nitter.net'))

When you click a twitter link, you can now click this bookmark and it will take you to the nitter.net equivalent.