Author: FIGBERT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2022 12:38:00 -0700
Update Privacy Redirect for Safari project page
1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)
diff --git a/content/projects/privacy-redirect-for-safari/index.md b/content/projects/privacy-redirect-for-safari/index.md
@@ -1,18 +1,17 @@
title = "Privacy Redirect for Safari"
date = 2021-08-14
-updated = 2022-06-14
+updated = 2022-09-22
weight = 0
[**Privacy Redirect for Safari**] is a web extension that automatically
-redirects Twitter, Reddit, YouTube, Instagram, Google Translate, Google
-Maps, Google Search, and Medium to alternative front-ends like [Nitter]
-and [Teddit]. These front-ends provide users with ways to access the
-content of popular sites, without exploiting your private information.
-Until now, extensions that could redirect to these front-ends were
-limited to users of Chrome and Firefox. Privacy Redirect for Safari
-expands this functionality to Apple's native browser.
+redirects sites to alternative front-ends like [Nitter] and [Teddit].
+These front-ends provide users with ways to access the content of
+popular platforms, without exploiting your private information. Until
+now, extensions that could redirect to these front-ends were limited to
+users of Chrome and Firefox. Privacy Redirect for Safari expands this
+functionality to Apple's native browser.
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Privacy Redirect for Safari is the first public release of [SMMR
Software], a collaboration between [FIGBERT] and [Jacob Neplokh]. It's
-currently available on macOS, and will arrive on iOS with the release of
-iOS 15 later this year.
+currently available for Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
Download the app [on the App Store], and explore the source
code [on GitHub][**Privacy Redirect for Safari**].