My Favorite Add-ons
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My favorite add-ons
63 Add-ons in this Collection
LastPass, an award-winning password manager, saves your passwords and gives you secure access from every computer and mobile device.
Tab Mix Plus enhances Firefox's tab browsing capabilities. It includes such features as duplicating tabs, controlling tab focus, tab clicking options, undo closed tabs and windows, plus much more. It also includes a full-featured session manager.
Personas (now known as lightweight themes) are free, easy-to-install "skins" for Firefox. Personas Plus extends that built-in functionality to give you even more control and easier access to new, popular, and your own favorite themes.
ReminderFox displays and manages lists of reminders and ToDo's. ReminderFox makes sure you remember all of your important dates via easy-to-use lists, alerts, and alarms, right in your browser without the need for a separate calendar program.
See quick updates on all your activity while you browse the web with the official eBay app for Firefox.
Adds toolbar buttons to the customize toolbar window in several programs including Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey. Some of the buttons make commonly preformed actions quicker, others add new functionality.
You are annoyed because your password fields are always scrambled though nobody else but you can see the screen? This most advanced unscrambling addon shows your passwords in readable letters, while being fully customizable to fit your needs.
Recently called "THE Parental Control for Firefox"! FoxFilter is a personal content filter that helps block pornographic and other inappropriate content. All filtering features are free! Premium features available with small support fee.
Tired of having multiple tabs open just to view your favorite Google services and other Apps like Feedly, Evernote, Twitter and more? Now you can see them right from your Gmail Inbox.
Install now or visit www.integratedinbox.com for more info.
Displays a menu item for switching the application locale.
Dead pages, broken links, the scourge of the internet. Powerhouse sites like Slashdot and Digg can bring a server to its knees. What do we do when a page is dead but we still want to see it? Call in the clerics, and perform a resurrection...