The soLucky Chrome Extension is an ad-supported product that is advertised as a tool that allows you to skip the sponsored search results on Google, Bing, and Yahoo and load the first search result available. The soLucky Chrome Extension has an official page at Solucky.co/home, and it is published on the Chrome Web Store at Chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/solucky/hjoklbpknpobbafbckcopemdnlgiclbk. The soLucky Chrome Extension may be suggested to users as a convenient tool to speed up their Internet surfing and allow them to load faster the content they want. However, we have found that the soLucky Chrome Extension is unable to make good predictions and it may limit your search capabilities instead of enhancing them. If you install the soLucky Chrome Extension you will need to grant it the following privileges:
- Read and change all your data on the websites you visit.
- Change your privacy-related settings.
The way the soLucky Chrome Extension works do not allow users to take a look at more than four search results. The soLucky Chrome Extension operates on the principle that the first search result after the sponsored links is the best result so that you are redirected to whatever that page may be. Then a pop-up window appears in the top right corner and you are given a brief overview of the next three results. Power Internet users might not appreciate the restrictive search provided by the soLucky Chrome Extension. You might notice that the soLucky Chrome Extension requires access to your privacy-related settings and that should raise some eyebrows. Advertisers fund the development of the soLucky Chrome Extension, and the app may collect information like your input online, Internet history and downloads log. The official site for the soLucky Chrome Extension does not say where the collected information is sent to, but we suspect it is relayed to marketers. The search results in the soLucky pop-up window may not reflect the real results you would get without using the soLucky Chrome Extension. The soLucky Chrome Extension is deemed as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that may download persistent tracking cookies on your PC and limit your search capabilities. You can erase all traces of the soLucky software with help from a trustworthy anti-spyware instrument.