the major drawback is that I can’t trust it. It’s got a “premium” version, and that has always meant a slow steady spiral into “you must pay now that we have you by the balls” situation. Another drawback is that it’s centralized, kill the company and so go your passwords I suppose.
you can self-host Bitwarden if you want.
check out LibRedirect addon: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/libredirect/
it lets you automatically open links from bunch of services via the alternative front-ends, and there’s a bunch of them that I’ve only discovered by checking the addon’s settings (like ProxiTok or Neuters).
still hoping for someone to make one for Facebook posts and pages, though.
perhaps Buster would make it a bit less of a hassle? https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/addon/buster-captcha-solver/
I use the official one, piped.kavin.rocks, mostly because it’s the one that I’ve learned about Piped from. I’m naively thinking that it’s the least likely one to disappear, even though that’s what happened with the main Invidious instance.
I wish there was an instance with a sane, short and easy to remember URL, like yewtu.be.
luckily, from the warrants they’ve received in the past we know that they don’t store metadata, and the only information about the requested numbers that they’ve been able to provide to the court were the date of registering an account and the last time they were online, both in Unix epoch format: https://signal.org/bigbrother/