CrowdWise shows you discussions (from HN/Reddit) about the page you're browsing. What do other people think?
CrowdWise adds to your browsing experience by showing you relevant discussions about your current web page on Hacker News and Reddit.
Discussions on Hacker News and Reddit
When you navigate to a web page, CrowdWise pulls relevant discussions about this web page from Hacker News and Reddit. You can click on these discussions and it will open in a new tab, where you can find counter-opinions and different perspectives.
By default, CrowdWise searches for relevant discussions in the background. For additional privacy, CrowdWise also includes an Incognito mode where it will only search for discussions when you click on the CrowdWise button.
Adjust the sidebar to suit the look and feel that you like. You can customise the following:
- Keyboard shortcuts to open and close the sidebar
- Font sizes
- Sidebar width
- and more
Open Source and Extensible
Our source code is available on GitHub on a MIT license, allowing you to easily extend CrowdWise the way you want and be part of our community!
GitHub link: https://github.com/UseCrowdWise/crowdwise
Experience CrowdWise today!
Version 0.1.2 (29 June 2022)
1. Extension Button on the page is now draggable - Position exactly where you want!
2. Result counts appear in the Extension Toolbar and the Sidebar can be triggered by clicking on the icon
3. Fixes - Reddit and HN comment counts are now accurate
4. Tweaks - Extension Button badge to show red only on Exact URL results, Clamping of comments to 4 lines, Prevent overflowing of text in horizontal direction, Demarcate sections within settings, Renaming to Bionic Reading