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Send to Kindle

Send to Kindle ReviewSend news articles, blogs posts and other web content to read them anytime, everywhere on Kindle devices or reading apps. I don’t yet have a Kindle – but I do like the Kindle app on my phone and iPad.  So if I can export  the content I want to read to those devices, that would be great.

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Master Password+

The add-on Master Password+ will give you new enhancements to build up the master password feature inside of Firefox. It locks the master security device on demand or after a specific time. You can also have it prompt it to activate when Firefox is started up.

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Private Bookmarking with Hush

Hush Review for FirefoxHush is  a great add-on for Firefox that allows you to create and access secure bookmarks while private browsing. These bookmarks will be ones that you and you alone can access.  So if privacy is important to you, you need to give this add-on a shot.

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Video Resumer

The Video Resumer add-on will automatically resume YouTube videos from where you played them last. Without this extension, for example, when you click through YouTube videos, back and forth, they always start from the beginning. No more. With this extension, previously seen videos will resume from where you left them at. Even if you restart your browser.

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GTask Panel

Google Task PanelWith this add-on for Firefox you can integrate Google’s task system into the browser.  You don’t need to login again or any extra work.  Once you install it, the button opens a panel that you can close by clicking anywhere else and hovers over your existing window.

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TabFlip

With TabFlip you are able to flip through your tabs with great ease. By right-click dragging on the page you will intuitively flip through your tabs getting a quick glimpse of what is in them.

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Auto Hide Toolbars

Auto Hide ToolbarsWant to hide the pesky toolbars in Firefox? The add-on, Toolbar Autohide, enables automatic hiding of toolbars (tabs, navigation, bookmarks and add-on bar) via context menu options. When hiding, toolbars will appear when the mouse is at the top of the window or when activated by keyboard (e.g. Ctrl-l, Ctrl-k, F10).

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