Shadowban Scanner Reaches Over 10,000 Users!

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Thanks to your support, the number of users of the Chrome version of Shadowban Scanner has surpassed 10,000! I would like to update you on recent updates to Shadowban Scanner and the availability of smartphone support.

Recent Updates

Since the release of Shadowban Scanner v3.1, I have not communicated the updates, but I have released several updates. The main updates are as follows. You can view the complete change log on GitHub.

Also, the URL for X has been replaced by from, and we have already taken care of that.

Smartphone Compatibility

I am aware of the demand for using Shadowban Scanner on smartphones. Due to technical reasons, it is impossible to support the X mobile app, but you can use Shadowban Scanner on mobile web browsers instead. The officially supported web browsers are as follows:

Shadowban Scanner supports these browsers. If you encounter any bugs or issues, please notify me via GitHub or the developer’s DM.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Safari supported?

No, Shadowban Scanner does not support Safari.

To publish an extension for Safari, even free ones, the developer must pay $99 annually and develop on a Mac. I currently do not own a Mac and do not plan on paying this fee, so I cannot publish an extension for Safari.

If third-party app stores open up and building and testing without a Mac becomes possible, there may be a possibility of publishing a Safari extension, but there is no additional information available at this time.

Is there an iOS version of Shadowban Scanner?

No, there is no iOS version of Shadowban Scanner.

The reason is the same as for not supporting Safari.

Do you plan to provide a mobile app instead of a web browser version?

No, I do not plan to provide a mobile app.

Making it work with the X mobile app is technically impossible. Moreover, since Shadowban Scanner can be used on mobile web browsers, there are no plans to offer a mobile app.

How can I use Shadowban Scanner on a mobile web browser?

The steps to use Shadowban Scanner on a mobile web browser are as follows:

  1. Install Mozilla Firefox for Android or Kiwi Browser for Android
  2. Install the Firefox extension for Firefox or the Chrome extension for Kiwi Browser
  3. Complete the initial setup and use Shadowban Scanner on the X website

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What is Shadowban Scanner?

Shadowban Scanner is an extension that allows you to check Twitter’s so-called shadowban and sensitive judgments on the fly without having to go to an external site.

Shadowban Scanner can be downloaded from the following links:

Just install it on your web browser and you will have access to the following features

screenshot of Shadowban Scanner
screenshot of Shadowban Scanner
screenshot of Shadowban Scanner

All processing is done on the user’s computer. There is no communication with external servers or access to Twitter’s internal APIs to obtain your credentials without your permission, as is the case with some extensions. Your data and privacy are protected.

Shadowban Scanner is available in the latest versions of Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox for PCs. For technical reasons, it is not available on smartphones (except Firefox for Android).

More information on how it works can be found on the following page.

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