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Please allow force-enabling of the "Open in App" button on all domains.

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Please allow force-enabling of the "Open in App" button on all domains.

The cause of my asking this is that YouTube no longer has this option. Presumably because they explicitly disallowed this. I want my end-user control over this back. To note, reddit still has this option.

So my request is to add a toggle to force this button to appear on all domains, if at all possible.

Thank You!

Please allow force-enabling of the "Open in App" button on all domains. The cause of my asking this is that YouTube no longer has this option. Presumably because they explicitly disallowed this. I want my end-user control over this back. To note, reddit still has this option. So my request is to add a toggle to force this button to appear on all domains, if at all possible. Thank You!

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Hey there! Thanks for reaching out to us with your question. I totally understand where you're coming from, and I appreciate your feedback. The "Open in App" button can indeed be quite handy for a smoother browsing experience. However, it's worth mentioning that certain websites, like YouTube, might have their own policies regarding this feature. As of now, we don't have a built-in option to force-enable this button across all domains due to potential conflicts with websites' preferences. While Reddit still offers this, it's a matter of each site's compatibility. Keep in mind that our team is always looking for ways to enhance user experience, so your suggestion is valuable. If you'd like, you can keep an eye on our updates for any changes in this regard.