This extension shows the contents of password fields in cleartext (instead of the asterisks) to ease out the password typing process. Right click on password field and select “Show Password” to view & “Hide Password” to mask back to asterisks.
Mojave is primarily a bookmarking tool. It helps you save, retrieve, and share bookmarks on your desktop browser. We utilize most of the real estate on your screen so you can see hundreds of links at a glance.
Pikiz boasts that is is the easiest and fastest way to create and share viral images from anywhere with anyone. The Pikiz extension allows you to add text to any images and transform any text into images from any website. Use it to have fun with your friends and family, to engage your followers or for your marketing campaign.
The skyZIP browser extension can reduce satellite data usage by using NYNEX proxy servers to optimize webpages. Data savings are at about 50%.
This simple add-on lets you edit the titles of individual tabs.
Secure Login is a login extension for Mozilla Firefox integrated password manager. Its main feature is similar to Opera’s (the browser) Wand login.
Gitcolony QA plugin helps developers and QA teams report bugs and issues, and manage the automatic testing process without leaving the browser.
Reload classic new tab page in Firefox 31+. Switch new tab page from tile grid to blank page or Firefox start page. Change number of columns and rows, and other settings, for the new tab page.
Find the missing attributions with this neat extension for Firefox. Elog.io makes it easy to search for information about photographs you see while browsing. Authors, titles and licensing information is available for any photograph part of the Elog.io catalog (currently 22 million images from Wikimedia Commons). With this add-on, you can do this within Firefox.
I woke up this morning to an interesting new button in my Firefox browser. This paper airplane button was resting in my toolbar and I wondered to myself, “what add-on added this?”. I was delightfully surprised though that this looks like a new Firefox feature called Share Services. It builds sharing a page on a number of services into the browser.