Today is the day that Firefox’s new add-on site has gone live. You can check it all out at addons.mozilla.org. The new look and feel does look nice, and there is a lot to love here. For example, on the main page you have rotating list of suggestions based on categories like web development, family, social, travel and more. Each category on the left-side menu also has a number count – so you can see exactly how many extensions there are. My favorite new feature might be the listing of recommended, popular, just added and updated extensions all right on the front page. No more hunting around link to link to find them all.
So, what is your general feeling for the new Firefox add-ons site? Love it or hate it? I’ll be sure to be diving into more features from this new site later on – but till then I want to hear what you think about it.