Lifehacker's Must-Have Extensions
35 Add-ons in this Collection
A productive way to organize, read and share the content of your favorite feeds, blogs and news sites. Feedly offers a seamless transition from Google Reader.
Select text and it's automatically copied to the clipboard. Also pastes on middle click.
Add useful extra features to Gmail, like hierarchical labels, an unread message icon on your browser tab, file attachment icons, and more.
View and manage downloads from a tidy statusbar - without the download window getting in the way of your web browsing.
Thanks Tekzilla for your awesome review! Click here to see their video: http://youtu.be/BUDqWrJ-Vao
Hides or moves menus and menu items. (Deprecated version, see below.)
This add-on will open the File Browser at the right location, using simple filters on the downloaded file.
The filters are based on filenames and hosted domain's name.
Note from Mozilla: This add-on has been discontinued. Try DragIt instead.
Allows you to open links in new tabs, and do more with drag and drop gestures easier.
Show AwesomeBar results when editing in the middle (not just at the end)
Press enter in the AwesomeBar to select the first result (without pressing down)
Note from Mozilla: This add-on has been discontinued. Try WebMail Notifier instead.
The original notifier for Gmail.
Answers.com’s 1-Click Answers ™ saves you time by instantly delivering the information you’re looking for. Point at any word, hold the Alt key (Ctrl in Linux) and click. A pop-up will appear on the screen, explaining the term.
GoogleTube is a nifty little player for YouTube, accessible from the status bar and within Google, Yahoo! and Bing search results.
Think of it as a combination of a search and recommendation engine for music, live shows, movies trailers and more...
Note from Mozilla: This add-on has been discontinued. Try Google Minimalist instead.
CustomizeGoogle enhances Google by adding information and removing unwanted information.