The TrustMyWeb add-on can help you to have a safe Internet browsing attitude by checking the status in your Firefox status bar. Without disturbing your Internet browsing, just check if the bullet in your status bar is green and go on!
Archive | August, 2013
The Camelizer adds price history charts and price watch features to product pages on sites like Amazon, Best Buy, and Newegg. Use it to make informed purchasing decisions and to receive price drop alerts via email, Twitter, or RSS feed.
Keep track of how much time you spend on the web, and where you spend it. Ticker widget shows time spent at the current site and the total time spent on the web today. Summary page sums up data for the past 70 days, 10 weeks, and 6 months.
Are you aware that many Web sites (one third of the top 100 U.S. sites) are sending your passwords in the clear? If you are on an unsecured WiFi network (e.g., in a coffee shop), your passwords could be eavesdropped by someone around you.
This weather extension is able to warn you against precipitation (like rain or snow) by a notification. One click and you can watch what is coming by the up-to-date radar animation on top of Google Maps. The data used originates from governmental weather services.
Yesterday I shared Pseutro Light with you – but did you know there is a darker variation on this skin?
Like Windows 8? The theme Pseutro Light is meant to be a compliment to the entire Windows 8 experience.
This add-on protects you from phishing or scams (through XSS injection attacks) while you’re on Facebook – Version 4.2 introduces a Tracking Protection feature as well. This add-on is designed to protect you against them. Facebook Phishing Protector will warn you when an unusual activity is detected, such as a script injection attempt or a website other than Facebook requesting your credentials.
Tired of the tweaks that YouTube has done to the subscription page? This neat add-on for Firefox will return you to a grid-based format so you can see more videos at once.
With New Tab Pro you can customize the number of the tiles on the New Tab page (about:newtab), right on that page via the buttons at the center of each side of the page. Or use the Options page of this extension to get the same effect.