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Add-ons for Australis contest has ended

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Add-ons for Australis contest! After the entries go through the review process, the judges will go over them and select winners. We’ll notify and announce the winners in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can check out the new design for yourself on Firefox Beta.

Categories: contests, developers

Compete in the “Amp Your Firefox” Add-ons Contest!

The number people using Firefox for Android is increasing, and so is traffic to addons.mozilla.org. This makes mobile Firefox add-on development more relevant than ever. Don’t miss this opportunity to reach an audience of 10 million and counting! Are you ready to take on the challenge? Get the details »

Categories: contests, developers

Jetpack, Fennec and NativeWindow

Mobile Firefox add-on development is getting more and more relevant. As Firefox for Android steadily adds users and continues to be top-rated on Google’s Play Store we are also seeing increased traffic from millions of Android users on the Add-ons site looking for themes and extensions. We’re even running a contest to get developers interested… Continue reading

Categories: contests, developers, jetpack, mobile, sdk

Review add-ons and get gear!

Our volunteer reviewers make amazing contributions—with more than 3 billion downloads of add-ons on AMO, they are at the front lines ensuring add-ons are safe to use. To recognize their time and effort, we have launched a reviewer incentive program. For each add-on review, reviewers accumulate points that fetch them cool gear! If you are… Continue reading

Categories: contests, developers, general

Winners of the Favorite Add-ons Contest

The judging phase is complete, the community has voted, and three winners have been selected in the Favorite Add-ons Contest! Congratulations to Caroline P., Jason K., and Josh R., who each received an Android tablet. A huge thanks to everyone who participated—it’s your passion and support that carried us over the 3 billion download mark!… Continue reading

Categories: contests, end users