With 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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Gmail Notifier is an open-source project that notify you about incoming emails from all your Google Mail accounts and labels. So no matter if you manage one or a dozen Gmail addresses, you can keep them all in check with this fantastic extension.
Image Search Options provides a set of highly customizable reverse image search context menu options. This Firefox Extension adds a set of customizable context menu options to the right click menu of images. These options allow for fast and efficient use of the IQDB, SauceNAO, TinEye, GazoPa, Ascii2D, Cydral, Yandex, Baidu, Google, (etc…) reverse image search engines.
While working, I usually keep Google Calendar open in at least one tab across my two screens. I like to keep it handy but I don’t know if I always need to keep it in front of my face. The add-on, Integrated Google Calendar, will make integrating Google Calendar with Firefox really simple.
With Integrated Inbox for Gmail, you’ll experience full integration of all Google web apps—right in your inbox. Everything you use—will be at your fingertips. For personal use, and for businesses, Integrated Inbox has benefits galore.
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.
Tried Google’s Chrome browser and now you want to come back to Firefox? Mozilla makes it really easy to take your bookmarks from Chrome and import them into Firefox. Here is a quick step by step guide on how to get all your Chrome to Firefox bookmark importing done.
Want to opt out of being targeted by advertising networks out there? The Beef Taco add-on for Firefox will help protect you. Once installed, this extension sets permanent opt-out cookies to stop behavioral advertising for over 100 different advertising networks. Some of the companies include:
I’ve mentioned the FXChrome theme for Firefox in the past, but I haven’t looked at it in a while. They have moved away from being just another Google Chrome clone and have done some really interesting things worth checking out. The default theme still has a great looking clean interface like the Google Chrome browser – but if you have the Stylish add-on – you can do a little more customization.
With earthquakes in Oklahoma and the string of tornado watches that were going on yesterday in November, it seems like everything has been a little wacky these days. To give you one more thing to file under the crazy category, Firefox is now distributing a version of Firefox that uses Bing as the default search engine, rather than Google. It was only a few short years ago that Firefox and Microsoft (the parent company of Bing) were at each other’s throats – now they are teaming up against Google? I guess the enemy of my enemy is my friend.
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