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SearchStatus

Like to have SEO (search engine optimization) tools at your fingertips? Then you need to install the SearchStatus add-on for Firefox. It makes it very easy to see information on several different website ranking services and also gives you some handy tools to use so you can improve your rankings too.

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NoSquint

NoSquint ReviewNoSquint allows you to adjust the text-only and full-page (both text and images) zoom levels as well as color settings both globally (for all sites) and per site. It is really great to use on those badly coded websites that give you an odd or tiny font that is almost impossible to read.

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CouponsHelper

Do a lot of online shopping?

CouponsHelper automatically finds coupon codes from thousands of retailers while you shop online. CouponsHelper is hidden until it finds coupons, so no pointless pop ups.  If you do a lot of online shopping, this add-on can come in VERY very handy.

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F.B. Purity

65740Want to hide application spam and other annoying clutter from your Facebook page? This great add-on, F.B. Purity lets you increase the font size, and generally makes Facebook a lot less annoying to use.

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Tab History Menu

Tab History MenuWould you like to access your browser’s history right from the tab you are on? Grab Tab History Menu. When click on the selected tab, a history menu corresponding to it will display. If you find yourself going backwards and forwards while you browse the Internet – this is a handy add-on to have.

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Rapportive

Rapportive ReviewWant to add information rich profiles to Gmail? Then you need the Rapportive add-on for Firefox.  This great add-on will allow you to see what people look like, where they are based, a few of their interests and social network profiles on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and more.

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YSlow

YSlow Review

Need a tool to help you optimize a web page? YSlow analyzes web pages and suggests ways to improve their performance based on a set of rules for high performance web pages.

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Self-Destructing Cookies

Self-Destructing Cookies ReviewSelf-Destructing Cookies is not just a cookie manager, it’s a new cookie policy. Do you think that cookies should need a reason to persist in your cookie jar, i.e. you currently interacting with the site that set them? Would you prefer your cookie jar to be empty in its steady state, except for a few sites that you care about? Are you worried about unconventional tracking methods? Then give this add-on a try.

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RequestPolicy

RequestPolicy ReviewWant a little more control over your browsing? RequestPolicy is an extension that improves the privacy and security of your browsing by giving you control over when cross-site requests are allowed by webpages you visit.

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Tube Enhancer Plus

Tube Enhancer Plus ReviewNow you can easily take control over all things YouTube! Tube Enhancer Plus is a great add-on for Firefox that gives you a lot of more tools to use while surfing YouTube. It adds a button under almost all the YouTube videos, the channels, and the playlists. It also adds a button to your browser, on the right side of the search-field, that allows you to open the sidebar without the need to go on YouTube to do it. If the location does not suit you, you can move this button anywhere you want.

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