The Homepage.re site is presented to Web surfers as a new tab and start page replacement that may prove useful. The Homepage.re site receives most of its traffic from users who have installed the 'HomePage' browser extension offered by https://homepage.re at https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/homepage/pcfeohkaeldkdngaklhhkpnnjapbbcke. The 'HomePage' extension is available to Google Chrome users, and it can be installed for free. The application is designed to implement the changes associated with services by Homepage.re. PC users that seen to install the 'HomePage' app from Homepage.re need to agree to the following installation requirements (as seen on the Chrome Web Store at the time of research):

'Add "HomePage"?
It can:
Replace the page you see when opening a new tab
Read your browsing history
Display notifications'

Also, you should read the Privacy Policy posted at https://privacy.websyrup.net/en.html. The 'HomePage' extension linked to Homepage.re is a product by a team of developers at WebSyrup.net that was formerly known as 'RCPmedia Releasers Community Projects.' The application at Chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/homepage/pcfeohkaeldkdngaklhhkpnnjapbbcke is one of many start pages and new tab page replacements that you can explore at https://websyrup.net/category/startpages/. The Homepage.re version comes with support for a range of social media services, a selection of online stores, links to file hosting services and popular video streaming services. The Homepage.re New Tab includes a search bar powered by the privacy-first DuckDuckGo search engine. Search queries at Homepage.re are processed via the URL https://duckduckgo.com/?q={search+terms}&ia=web and the integrated search engine can't be changed by users.

Web surfers should note that WebSyrup.net monetizes applications like the Homepage.re New Tab, a.k.a. the 'HomePage' browser extension, by showing targeted advertisements in the form of in-browser notifications. You can't block the advertisements presented by Homepage.re without interfering with the 'HomePage' browser extension you have installed. WebSyrup.net may read your Internet history to provide tailor-suited advertisements and accurate search results. PC users who may like to customize their browser extensions and block unwanted in-browser notifications may wish to remove the Homepage.re New Tab extension.


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