Firefox collections are groups of related add-ons assembled for easier sharing. This idea was launched from the Firefox Add-ons site several months ago. Since some time has passed, I thought it might be interesting to check back in with this online Mozilla feature to see which collections are the most popular out there.
Here are the most popular add-on collections for the Firefox browser:
32430 subscribers – This collection of add-ons were gathered to help you make Firefox 3 more seamless in the Windows 7 operating system. Not only do you get the nice theme and tweaking add-ons, but you also get some great time conserving tools too!
7934 subscribers – Speed up the development process by using add-ons to troubleshoot, edit, and debug web projects without ever clicking away from Firefox.
5033 subscribers – Make the librarian jealous with add-ons that help students, researchers or anyone with a tough question find and document all the answers.
3849 subscribers – Then of the must-have add-ons for Firefox, as picked by the brilliant minds over at Lifehacker.com. Included are ten of the best add-ons for Firefox out there today.
2564 subscribers – Lifehacker’s “Better” add-ons, compiling multiple Greasemonkey tweaks for YouTube, Reader, Gmail, Google Calendar, Flickr, and other sites.
1537 subscribers – Collection of Add-ons for power user, sys admin, developer, surfer, and more. Most powerful add-ons which would change interface to better and tidy, add some cool functionality.
1270 subscribers – When the travel bug bites, these add-ons make it easy to plan, book and document your trip — without getting lost along the way.
1211 subscribers – Create a safe and fun online experience while planning everything the family does offline with add-ons that keep the family cooking.
1176 subscribers – Whether it’s LOLing with a BFF, finding a job or staying connected with old classmates, social networking add-ons keep the most popular sites front and center.
592 subscribers – Keep your Gmail and Google Reader tabs open at all times, but shrink them down to show the favicon only and add your unread count on the icon.
Know of an add-on collection that can get the proverbial job done better than the ones I listed above? Leave a comment and share it with the group. Also, if you have pulled together your own unique collection – share those with me too in the comments.