Redesign the web with Stylus, a user styles manager. Stylus allows you to
easily install themes and skins for many popular sites.
Temporary disposable email address. Protect your email from spam, bots and phishing with Temp-Mail.
- Really ad-free, no deals with advertisers
- Ad-O-Meter shows you how ad-heavy a page is before you open it
- Includes preconfigured anti-adblock-killers and stealth mode
- Easily installed in three clicks no need to sign-up or register
disablemenu Requires Restart
This extension allows you to show/hide the main menu. It can be accessed through a toolbarbutton, keyboard shortcut and popup-menu-item. It also supports autohide. the statusbar can optionally be hidden.
Zoom Page Requires Restart
Full featured zoom manager with independent page and image zoom modes. Choose from four zoom modes: Default Zoom, Fit-To-Width, Default Zoom + Site Specific or Fit-To-Width + Site Specific. Button style and zoom levels are fully configurable.
A highly customizable dark theme for Google products (search, images, translate, and contacts)
Block/Allow images by pressing user-defined hotkeys or a toggle button.
Fixes low-contrast text when using a dark desktop theme.
Switch youtube to dark mode. Dark mode will help devices save battery and useful for your sleeping. This dark mode is supported by https://www.emojionline.org
Aspect ratio fixer for Youtube. Allows improperly encoded videos to properly fit wider displays (e.g. 21:9)
Go full screen with one click on the button.
Android/iOS like night mode for twitter web app. Enable or disable it at the click of a button.
How many times you have felt a need to open same webpage in new tab so that you can view two things of it simultaneously.
Copying and pasting the URL is very tedious here comes a plugin to your rescue. Just right click and tadda tab duplicated..
Hides annoying YouTube comments.
Noise Requires Restart
Make sound responses while events happen.
Disable "play next video" feature on Youtube, TED and Vimeo.
Set a different pixel ratio (layout.css.devPixelsPerPx) for each of your screens. Useful for mixed-DPI multi-monitor setups. For example, you can use it if you have one HiDPI (Retina) screen and one lower-DPI HD screen.