Your browser comes with some capabilities that have become obsolete. Here are some extensions to enhance browsers capability and performance.
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Firefox for Android comes with a built-in reader mode that strips articles down to just their text for easy reading. Let’s check out how it works.
Documents conversion can be a hassle and may require you to install additional software. Soda PDF allows you to convert documents to PDF within Firefox. Let’s check it out!
If you use Firefox, an add-on called SuperDrag allows you to open links by simply employing the drag and drop function of your mouse.
For those who need to keep track of word count, Word Count Tool for Firefox allows you to easily find out the word/character count of highlighted text in the browser.
Wired Marker for Firefox allows you to permanently mark text on websites. The highlighted text will still be visible the next time you visit the site.
There are tons of bookmarking services around, but If you need a better and easier way to save web content, then Dragdis could be the one for you.
Sending content from desktop to Android is not as easy as it seems. An extension called Pushbullet for Google Chrome and Firefox makes this task easier.
Firefox Sync is getting better in the new nightly version of Firefox. If you have not setup your Firefox account, here is how you can do so.
The Download icon in Firefox is not really very useful. If you want your downloads to be more accessible, Download Status Bar might be a good solution.
To login to multiple accounts for Gmail, Yahoo, Twitter or Facebook, you can use Multifox to create separate profiles and access different accounts simultaneously.
Light is a lightweight browser built with speed in mind and is ideal for old machines. It is a Firefox alternative with several non-essential features removed.
Most browsers often start up with the home page or speed dial page. Here are the ways for each major browser to resume last browsing session on startup.
Supertab is a Firefox add-on that lets you cycle through a list of open tabs in most recently used order, just by triggering Alt+Tab or Ctrl+Tab.
If you are using mobile Firefox in your Android devices, here is one neat trick that you can use to quickly access your browsing history.
If you are using Firefox on a tablet, you may want to switch it to run in Desktop mode by default so websites will always load the desktop version.
Don’t browser away from that dead or broken web page! Use this Firefox add-on instead, used to resurrect dead web pages.
Have you ever wanted to copy all links on a web page while browsing? This Firefox add-on lets you copy all links on a web page in a matter of seconds.
The FindBar Tweak add-on for Firefox lets you instantly search for text in all tabs and windows, as opposed to just a single tab. Here’s how.
If you have a large amount of tabs open in Firefox, wouldn’t it be much easier if you could preview your Firefox tabs just by hovering your mouse over them? Here’s how you can do it.