With the Wibbitz add-on (beta) you can turn text articles from the top news websites into short video summaries that will save you a lot of energy and time. We currently support 200 news feeds from the major online publishers including Yahoo News, CNN, USA Today, The Telegraph and many more.
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Download Flash and Video is a great download helper tool that lets you download Flash games and Flash videos (YouTube, Facebook, Dailymotion, Google Videos and more) with a single click.
Direct YouTube downloads MP3 M4A AAC and HD MP4, FLV, 3GP. With just one mouse click! With the click off an mouse button! Super fast downloads right from the YouTube video page you are viewing.
Want to keep a YouTube video playing over and over and over again? Try out the YouTube Auto Reply add-on for Firefox. It enables automatic reply of a YouTube video or just a part of a video again and again.
The Video Resumer add-on will automatically resume YouTube videos from where you played them last. Without this extension, for example, when you click through YouTube videos, back and forth, they always start from the beginning. No more. With this extension, previously seen videos will resume from where you left them at. Even if you restart your browser.
The BYTubeD add-on for Firefox will let you download a ton of videos from YouTube, all within a matter of minutes. All you need to do is collect the links for the videos you want to download and let this great extension do the rest of the work.
Want to experience the future of the Web, today? Taking it’s lead from the famous "World of Tomorrow" events you used to see boasted about at the old World’s Fairs – this new website from Mozilla acts as a showcase of demos for what Firefox 4 can do.
Mozilla has gone out and adopted two female Firefox cubs that make their home in the Knoxville Zoo. These red pandas (and newest Tennessee natives) are the two newest members of the Mozilla community. Now, you can watch these two Firefoxes play, frolic and be cute over at Firefox Live. Over the net few months, they will be streaming the red pandas live and around the clock.
Some websites, like Hulu for example, give you the ability to dim everything in the background on a page so that you can focus on the video you are watching. What if you could do that on every website? That is what the add-on for Firefox, Turn Off the Lights, brings to the browser.