nitter

Alternative Twitter front-end (by zedeus)

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better alternative or higher similarity.

Posts

Posts where nitter has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-01-27.
  • [Serious] People who have been on the Deep Web, what’s the scariest thing you’ve found?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-27
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even view Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • Hey reddit! whats your dark web story?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-27
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even view Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • Redditors who hav been to/ have seen the dark web, what is the most messed-up thing you saw?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-26
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even view Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • [Serious] Redditors on the dark web, what is the most shocking thing you've seen on there?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-26
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even view Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • r/AskReddit, what was the most fucked up this you saw on the dark web?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-25
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even use Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • People that went into the Deep Web, what was the weirdest thing you saw?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-25
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even use Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • Do people still go on the “dark web”?
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even use Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • [SMT] A browser extension that can give you vanilla HTML for a tweet for embed-this purposes without tracking.
    Since it's open source under the AGPL v3, whoever makes this extension could copy the part of the code that displays a tweet as HTML, as long as they released their code under a compatible license.
  • What is the creepiest or darkest thing you have found on the dark web?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-23
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even use Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • What is your creepy Dark Web story?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-23
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even use Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • People of Reddit who have used the dark web, what is the most unsettling thing you’ve found on there?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-23
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even use Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • What else is there on the dark web? We all know that it’s used to communicate about illegal activity and share messed up content. But do people use it for less extreme things? Anything unexpected or cool in a chill way?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-22
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even use Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.
  • What are some websites one can visit using Tor for the first time?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-21
    Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram, which are alt-frontends for Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram.
  • Tor blocked by websites
    Use alt-frontends.
  • Reddit users who have been on the Dark Web, what is the most disturbing thing you have came across on the Dark Web?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-01-20
    For Tor specifically**: Over half of all onion services are legal, with Facebook being the largest site. There's also the BBC, NY Times, Buzzfeed, and many other normal websites. You can even use Youtube, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram through the Invidious, Nitter, Libreddit, and Bibliogram alt-frontends.

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zedeus/nitter is an open source project licensed under GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 which is an OSI approved license.