Cookie notices are one of the advances of the Internet in recent years, but also one of the great impediments to fast, direct and comfortable navigation. Especially in mobile browsers, the constant messages to accept or configure which cookies we allow can become as or more intrusive than annoying advertising.
To end these warnings we already proposed "I don't care about cookies", but I have been comparing the results in the last days with those of Ninja Cookie, and for me the second wins. Is about a free extension available for all major browsers, Safari included, which saves us a lot of headaches. The pity is that at the moment it is not available for mobile.
An extension that promises to improve privacy by default
Getting started with Ninja Cookie is as easy as installing the extension from the Chrome Web Store or from the Firefox repository. In Safari, you have to go to the App Store. From that moment, and since we activate it, we will not see cookie notices again, or at least that has been my experience.
The application promises that, despite subtracting options regarding cookies, it helps us by rejecting all non-essential cookies by default, which "is much better for your privacy."
In addition to this, its developers speak of "enjoying Internet browsing" without having to worry about cookie banners "and, finally, saving time and clicks". In this sense, the extension has a counter of how many cookie notices it has prevented us, calculating how many seconds we have saved by not having to accept cookies.
For functions like white list or permanent pause of the extension in a tab You will have to pay from 0.50 cents per month to the amount you want, being able to pay monthly or annually. For most people and use cases, the free plan will be more than enough.