Most Recent Tabs adds a keyboard shortcut to switch back to your most recently selected tab. Useful to alternate between two tabs and to easy go back to your last tab if you switch to another briefly.
Archive | November, 2013
The cliget add-on allows you to download files using curl or wget. This add-on generates curl/wget commands that emulate the request as though it’s coming from your browser allowing you to download protected files directly to a separate machine (e.g. server).
Big fan of Twitch.tv? This add-on lists currently available streams on Twitch.tv as well as letting you save your favorite streamers. Favorites are easier to access and you will be notified when they come online. A search function allows finding of other games and streamers. A dedicated favorites view encompasses all games and shows all favorites together.
Todoist is the leading online to-do list and task manager. We manage millions of tasks and are ready to help you conquer your Gmail inbox with this plugin!
Lightbeam is a Firefox add-on that enables you to see the first and third party sites you interact with on the Web. Using interactive visualizations, Lightbeam shows you the relationships between these third parties and the sites you visit.
Get special offers and features right at your fingertips with the Amazon 1Button App. View price comparisons while shopping online, search Amazon and the Web at the same time, get a head-start on deals, and more.
Upset with the changes to the compose window in Gmail? Old Compose is a free Gmail service that restores your inbox to its original compose settings. So if you liked things how they used to be – you need to pick up this add-on for Firefox.
Want a great way to make Safari and Firefox work together? Keep your Firefox bookmarks on Windows up to date with your Safari bookmarks on iPhone, iPad, and Mac with the iCloud Bookmarks extension for Firefox.
For those of you who do not know, an IAmA is pretty much a chat somebody does on Reddit where they can be asked about anything at all. Recently, the Mozilla people stepped up and answered a lot of interesting questions and comments about the company, Firefox itself and everything in between. I’d highly suggest you check it out.