You stumbled upon a great gift some there in the Internet? Add it to your wish list with just one click. The name and link will be automatically taken from the website, but they can also be customized by you.
dMTabCounter is an instantaneous tab counter. Allows you to check out how many tabs you have opened in any moment.
Need a username? JohnDone will generate unique usernames to preserve your identity when signing up for websites.
Evernote is a very useful suite of services that make notetaking and archiving very easy. You can save notes as webpages, a part of a webpage, a photo, a voice memo or much more. When it comes to using it with Firefox – there are two great add-ons you have to check out:
Unblock the web and change your IP with 5 locations across the globe. ZenMate secures your browsing with encryption – protecting you from hackers, snoopers and data thieves who prey on unsecure connections.
Mozilla recently made a deal with Yahoo to take over the default search function in Firefox. Now, this is great news for competition and all but I don’t use Yahoo. I use Google. So, how can you set your default search from Yahoo (or anything else) back to Google? Follow these simple steps.
Pocket Hits is a fun little add-on for Firefox that lets you take your links you have saved for later with you on the go. It adds a Pocket Hits panel to your Firefox for Android homepage.
The last time I took a look at LastPass, it was 2010. So I thought it was time we give this add-on another look as it looks like the extension and the service itself just continues to get better. LastPass, an award-winning password manager, saves your passwords and gives you secure access from every computer and mobile device.
Remember that add-on named, Do Not Track Me? It seems it has evolved into an entire service that sounds pretty nice. The new service’s name is Blur. Blur is set up to be a “better” password manager. It wants to make it easy for you to keep track of and secure all your personal information online.