Speed Dial [FVD] is a very interesting add-on for Firefox. It includes features like a Speed dial button, Online Synchronization, New Tab Start Page, Organize bookmarks, Custom backgrounds, custom dials, organized groups, most visited dials.
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Now that the mobile version of Firefox is a lot better, I have ditched the basic browser that came with my phone and reinstalled Firefox. One nice thing about Firefox is it allows you to sync your bookmarks and more across multiple devices. This means I can access my same list of bookmarks from anywhere.
Synchronize your bookmarks and FVD Speed Dials. Secure online access with additional features. Synchronize bookmarks between different browsers. Backup and restore your bookmarks Online. Sync favorites between computers! Delete duplicated bookmarks.
Are you using Firefox’s built in Sync feature? This great addition to the Firefox browser will keep your addons, bookmarks, passwords, preferences, history and tabs in sync between multiple computers or machines. However, once you get it set up – it can be hard to find out where you need to go to access it or change your settings.
Keeping everything synced up is rather easy these days, thanks to great new features like the sync option built into Firefox 4. However, even after it has been set up – how do you get the most out of it? You could sync your desktop browser settings, bookmarks and passwords up with your cell phone. Let me show you how to securely access your Firefox history, bookmarks, tabs and passwords on the go.
Firefox 4 Beta 8 has been released and continues to show us all the promising world that Firefox 4 will deliver once the final product has been released. Along with patching a few glitches and holes, this recent beta also brings better support for Firefox Sync, expanded support for 3D graphics in the browser and a revamped Add-ons Manager window.
Xmarks may live? For those of you who were sad to see Xmarks close up shop, there might be one last thing you can do to try to save it. Xmarks has launched a pledge campaign to stay alive. So, what must you do? If you want to show your support, all they are asking is for you to pledge $10 to $20. This is not an actual donation, but instead is a vote of confidence saying that, "Yeah, I’d pay for Xmarks".
If 100,000 people express interest in seeing Xmarks stay alive, then Xmarks might get a second chance. It is a pretty large goal to meet – however I do have to wish Xmarks the best of luck in chasing this new business model, and I do hope they are successful.
Your web browser history is something you should be able to take around with you, no matter the browser you use. Unfortunately it is not in any browser’s best interest to talk to each other, so you must rely on a third party to get the job done. Infoaxe does the trick.
The Firefox Home application is now available for both the iPhone or iPod Touch from the Apple Apps store. Previously we toured and went over some of the fantastic features of this new Mozilla-based browsing tool for your Apple device, but how do you get started with it – and where do you go for help?
Well, we all know we are not going to see Firefox on the iPhone. Then again, we might get the next best thing with Firefox Home. Using the technology behind Firefox Sync, this iPhone app with give an Firefox user access to their browser history, bookmarks and tabs from their recent browser session. In other words, you are kind of getting Firefox – but exactly the way you use it in your day to day life now.