So this issue came up on Reddit on /r/Android, asking if there was a way to block the "Hey this forum has a helper app!" prompt. Apparently some people prefer to browse forums without an app. I think it's counterintuitive to use a forum on a phone without Tapatalk -- it could use a UI refresh, but it's a real solution to a real problem, and in my opinion, that makes it one of the most valuable apps on my phone -- but if I were just reading forums, e.g. because I Googled a problem and the forum had my answer, the popup would bother me. Changing the user agent to Desktop is a bad solution, because then you lose any mobile formatting that would benefit your device. So I'm thinking if the user installs Firefox for Android and then Adblock Plus, there's a string they can block that will suppress the popup. I know Tapatalk sort of counts on these popups for revenue, but this hack would be strictly off-label, and would only be used by people who know about Tapatalk, and do not want it. Surely you don't want these people harassed, do you? I think ideally, the Tapatalk plugin would set a cookie that says "Tapatalk plugin viewed: 1", then increment that number with each visit. When it gets to 3, the popup doesn't show up. But in the meantime, can we help these users block the popup on their own? Here's the comment thread, if anyone wants to see what people are saying. And I'll link them here (I'm darkreality20 there), so if anyone has a solution, you don't need to make a Reddit account, just put it here and they can come on over and see it.