Ugly Email scans through your inbox and looks for emails containing tracking pixels. Tracked emails are labeled with an eyeball() icon, and the tracking pixel is blocked.
All of the Ugly Email data is stored on your browser's IndexDB storage locally. We do not track, transfer, or store any of your information.
Ugly Email does not work cross-platform. As mentioned above, all detection is done locally on your desktop browser. We also do not alter your emails nor permanently strip the tracking pixels. We block them.
Please report any bugs you find in Ugly Email by either opening an issue in Github. Bug reports from users are the primary means of quality assurance.
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Ugly Email is an MIT licensed open source project and completely free to use. However, the amount of effort needed to maintain and develop new features for the project is not sustainable without proper financial backing. You can support Ugly Email development via the following methods:
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We are actively working on adding more trackers, feel free to make suggestions.Submit Pixel