Need to access a specific page or application in Chrome? The Open With Google Chrome extension will help you open pages with Google Chrome from within Mozilla Firefox.
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Tried of feeling like somebody is watching you? DontTrackMyClick is an extension for Firefox that will prevent that somewhat. Once loaded, this add-on primarily blocks Google from tracking you via your search results.
Want to search Google Maps from anywhere? Map With Google will do this and more! Highlight an address on a web page, right click and select “Search Google Maps” from the menu, a Google Maps tab will open with the searched location.
Need to access your Google Calendar at all times? This extension for Firefox will make accessing your Google Calendar quick and easy. Just click a button in your toolbar, and you have your calendar, dates and everything important to you right in front of your face.
Need to translate in a hurry? The Send Selection to Google Translate extension for Firefox will let you quickly copy text and send it over to Google Translate for translation. Quick. Easy. Effective.
What does PhotoSelector do? It does only one simple thing: select all your own +1’d photos in albums view of Google+ Photos. Then do whatever you want with your own selected photos (e.g. download them).
Search This On is a lightweight all-in-one search engine add-on. It allows you to search selected text on top search engines by opening search results in new tab with simple right click.
Google Text-to-Speech is a text to speech engine with natural sounding voices.
Enjoy using Google’s homepage as your browser start page? It is easy and to the point with less mess or problems around it. What if though, you could add a few extra links to the webpage to help you jump to other links or services that Google provides? That is what the add-on, Easy Google Links, adds to the browser.
I woke up this morning to an interesting new button in my Firefox browser. This paper airplane button was resting in my toolbar and I wondered to myself, “what add-on added this?”. I was delightfully surprised though that this looks like a new Firefox feature called Share Services. It builds sharing a page on a number of services into the browser.