This extension helps the user to convert any URL to his own Guppit URL and share it on various social networking and bookmarking platforms in just one click, thereby saving his efforts in going to Guppit.com to do so.
Counting the number of words, characters without any extra clicks. With the Word Count Tool you can select the text and the statistics is shown in the status bar widget. It also gives detail report about the numbers of sentences, paragraphs, average lengths, and keyword density.
New tab page for Android style is a based on HTML5 Firefox add-ons, which developed refer the popular Android UI. It provides speed dial, quick search functions, such as Google, Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Yahoo, and more.
With Space Next you can press the spacebar key at the end of a page to load the next page, just like you can do in Opera. This add-on tries to replicate Opera’s ability to automatically load the next page, hopefully, more successfully results-wise.
With this add-on you can translate any text to your own language with one click or hot-key. You can either translate the selected text, this way the translated text will overwrite the original selected text, or you can translate the full page too.
Huffduffer is a site that allows you to create a podcast of found sounds. When you find interesting audio files on the web, you can add them to your Huffduffer podcast using this plug-in. Right-click on an MP3 file and select “huffduff it” from the context menu.
The Webmaster SAPE toolbar contains a set of functions, which expands the abilities of webmasters and optimizers, when working in the interface of SAPE exchange.
FoxGuide is a Firefox extension that displays horizontal and vertical guides exactly the Photoshop way. Guides will appear as thin lines that float over the webpage. You can move or remove them just the way you do it Photoshop. Guides are useful for laying out elements symmetrically, structure a design and improving the overall layout.
WATS is a SiteCatalyst HTTP monitor for Firefox. This add-on allows to visualize requests sent from websites to SiteCatalyst servers. It aims to make the testing process of the SiteCatalyst implementations easier.
Enables desktop notifications like in Chrome (e.g. Gmail, imo.im) and, if the site doesn’t support them, it can notify new messages or updates detecting changes of the title (e.g. Hotmail, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter). Even if the browser is minimized!