The main thing which I didn’t like in
IP Loggerthe previous 2.8 version and had pointed it out in my review was a hidden use of external WEB service to get more details about blog visitor’s IP. Now
IP Loggerallows you to make the free choice: 1st – do not use any external services, 2nd and 3rd – select external service to use from 2 available options. Thus, plugin user is aware what and how the plugin does. Right decision.
Second thing is a silent dropping of all
IP Loggerplugin data if you deactivate it. Version 3.1. acts in the same way, but you have the “IP Logger Analyzer” (IPLA) tool now to download all plugin data and analyze it locally. Just do not forget to do it before you decide to deactivate
Conclusion: Plugin author M. Retzlaff is opened for the fair suggestions and works hard to make his plugin better and clear to plugin’s users. Well done!