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Universal Uploader (fireuploader) for Firefox 0.6.1-signed
This extension allows to upload/download files from your favorite websites using a simple interface. Below is the list of all websites supported by Fireuploader.
About this Add-on
- Fotki (NEW)
- Google Docs
- Snaphappi, a digital photo processing website
- Adobe Share (new)
- Slideshare (Share your presentations online)
..... and growing......
There are so many instances where you had to upload files from your local computer to a website. The standard upload mechanism in any website has many limitations like
**They allow you to upload 1 file or a maximum of 10 files at a time.
**They doesn't show any information like upload progress i.e how much was already uploaded and how much is still remaining.
This extension addresses these limitations by providing a intuitive way to upload the files. The benefits of using this extension are
*It shows the local folders and remote folders which enables you to upload files by single click.
*You can upload any number of files at a time.
*You can upload files to multiple websites using a single interface (using only one extension).
*Ability to add multiple accounts and upload files to each account independently.
*Site specific features are also included and will be improved in the coming versions. eg. Box.net: giving public/private access to files.
More features will be included in the coming versions. This extension is still rudimentary and user feedback is appreciated.
To create your own collections, you must have a Mozilla Add-ons account.
2. This extension does NOT install spyware, adware, malware or any other type of threat to your privacy.
End-User License Agreement
* IT MAY SO HAPPEN THAT THIS EXTENSION MAY BE DISCONTINUED AT ANY POINT. I WON'T BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THAT.
Full License can be seen from http://www.fireuploader.com/Terms.aspx