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Fundraise without Donations for a Cause you care about!
Enable screen sharing for Guzz
This is a Firefox extension for Habitica (former HabitRPG). Habitica is a habit tracker app which treats your goals like a Role Playing Game. Level up as you succeed, lose HP as you fail, earn money to buy weapons and armor.
Lets you open Hacker News' external links in a new tab
Save time on Hacker News (http://news.ycombinator.com/) by marking read the titles and comments you already scanned. And more.
Hacker News tagging add-on for Mozilla Firefox
Handy Calculator made as Simple as typing in the web page. Just use as 'c: expression =? ' and see the result instantly. For help type 'c: help? ' This is the simplest, easiest and fastest browser calculator.
Hide that pesky message telling you to re-enable the last seen feature on Hangouts
Color, happiness and math - what else do you need?
Webサイトの内容を解析することで、ブロックすべきWebサイトを判定します。 This add-on will judge the Website which should be blocked for children, by analyzing the contents of it.
HaveWish - Keep track of your wishes with ease
Trage einfach und von jeder Webseite Deine Wünsche in Deinen HaveWish Account ein.
Use this URL Shortener service to shorten your long URLs!
Sign documents right from gmail
The HelloSign for Gmail plug-in allows you to open, edit and sign documents in Gmail and automatically loads the signed/edited document as an attachment to be sent.
Add links to GitHub threads and shortcuts to your Gmail interface.
Helpfreely App™ - Users can generate funds for their favorite NGOs through online shopping, at no extra cost.
Search and browse over 40,000 free plz emoticons for use on the popular art community, deviantart.com. Save your favorite plz accounts for easy access on any page! Add new and missing plz accounts to the database right from the plugin!
Significantly improves YouTube comments by replacing them with random herps and derps.
Encrypts text into human-looking text using steganography