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Want to be able to download some of the best HD 1080p videos from across the internet, but missing that Firefox add-on that promises to get it all done in a simple way? KeepTube is the video downloading extension you might want to take a look at.
Are you in need of a screen recording device but don’t want to bother installing a bunch of extra applications or services just to get the job done? Capture Fox is the add-on for Firefox you need to pick up.
Think that Firefox’s internal download manager might need a few more bells and whistles? Then you really need to check out FlashGot. This Firefox extension will let you download all the links, movies and audio clips on a web page with just one simple click of the mouse.
It is known as one of the most popular, lightweight and reliable external download managers out there. The real benefit with the FlashGot add-on is being able to download multiple files from multiple links at the same time, all at once.
Now, I know what you are going to tell me before you even say it.
“Mitch, there are already a million and one video downloaders out there, why review another one?”
Number one, you are right – there are way too many. So what makes the 1-Click YouTube Video Download any different? It cuts out the useless junk, and gets right to the meat and potatoes.
Since Facebook is the king of the hill when it comes to social networks, there have been a lot of add-ons dedicated to making it better. Facebook is great, but is not without flaws. Thankfully, these Firefox add-on developers have worked out some of the kinks and have masterminded some of the best add-ons for Firefox to date.
Here are my top five Facebook add-ons you can add to Firefox.
Happy birthday wishes and big congratulations go out today to Firefox. Did you realize that Firefox is five years old? Some people are having a hard time thinking five years passed by so quickly, while others feel like it has been around even longer than that.
Here’s a great video that does a good job at telling the story of Firefox, from then to now:
The peeps over at Lifehacker have also written up a great retrospective that is well worth checking out. What birthday wishes would you like to send to the Mozilla team? Without Firefox, there would be no Firefox Facts – so as I enjoy three years of this blog, I’d like to thank Mozilla for the inspiration and all of you for reading it every day and making it one of the most popular un-official Firefox blogs out there today.
So happy birthday to Firefox, one of the best browsers out there on the planet.
We are about to roll upon that point in the release time frame for Firefox 3.5 where everybody and their grandmother is going to be telling you about all the cool new features that will be in store for you once this newest version of the Firefox browser is released. To get ahead of the curve, Mozilla’s Mike Beltzner gives a quick preview of what’s new and exciting in Firefox 3.5 in this video tour:
Getting in on the fun, the Lifehacker team has also posted a list of the top 10 Firefox 3.5 features you should check out, if you want to see what is in store for your favorite browser.
Bonus – Also worth mentioning is there is rumors that Firefox 3.5 could be out by June 30th?
The people at VideoSurf have developed a really nice addition to Firefox, for all of you out there who are fans of watching Online video. The VideoSurf Videos at a Glance add-on enhances your video playing experience with what they call video summaries.
This comes in handy because it allows you to check out scenes from a video before you watch it. It works with: YouTube Search, the YouTube Home Page, the YouTube Video Pages, and FriendFeed.
It also works for your search results too:
A few other features included are:
- Use the visual summary to jump in time while watching a video on YouTube’s video page
- Discover more videos featuring the characters in the videos you click on, and learn more about them
- Make all HD-compatible YouTube videos play in high quality (or HD) by default
These guys need to at least win cheap web site plug of the year. Are you finding yourself too addicted to Firefox’s addons? The good Dr. Jenkins says he is here to help.
Should be one to keep a place to keep an eye on. If you too need a fix for your addiction check out firefoxaddiction.com.