Meet the Shareaholic | share with Google, Facebook and more Developer

Why was Shareaholic | share with Google, Facebook and more created?

At Shareaholic we're fanatical about making our users more productive by making sharing on the web better, faster, and easier, while making this activity more measurable for web publishers, advertisers, and mainstream businesses.

It all started in 2008 with Shareholic winning the Grand Prize in Mozilla Foundation's Extend Firefox contest for the best Firefox add-on.

The contest was judged by Garrett Camp (founder, StumbleUpon), Brendan Eich (CTO, Mozilla and creator of JavaScript), Jesse James Garrett (president, Adaptive Path), Tariq Karim (founder, NetVibes), and Joshua Schachter (founder, del.icio.us) based on excellence in user experience, innovativeness, and technical correctness.

Today, Shareaholic is the #1 browser tool for sharing. In June 2009, we crossed 1 million downloads. We're proud, and at the same time humbled and grateful that so many have chosen Shareaholic to be their sharing tool of choice. We are also humbled to have such awesome support from all our amazing partners.

What's next for Shareaholic | share with Google, Facebook and more

Shareaholic continues to evolve in myriad ways, all of which are designed to make it easier and better. Check out the Shareaholic Blog or follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/shareaholic) and Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/shareaholic) to stay apprised of the latest developments.

About the Developer

Developer Information
Name The Shareaholic Team
Location Cambridge, Massachusetts next to MIT and Harvard University
Homepage http://www.shareaholic.com
Email address
User since May 13, 2007
Number of add-ons developed 1 add-on
Average rating of developer's add-ons Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Who is The Shareaholic Team?

We are strong believers in Open Source, open platforms, the social web, passed links, and generally want to make the web a better place for everyone. We love big data, cloud based infrastructure, social media, analytics, products that "just work", and generally making things that we like to use, with the hope that you like them, too :)