August 2013 Featured Add-ons

Our diligent community board has selected the featured add-ons for August! If you have an add-on to nominate, please send it to for the board’s consideration. It’s completely fine to submit your own add-on for consideration!

Pick of the Month: Stylish

Restyle the web with Stylish, a user styles manager. Stylish lets you easily install themes and skins for Google, Facebook, YouTube, Orkut, and many, many other sites. You can even customize Firefox.

I have been using Stylish for a long time now, maybe five or six years. In that time, I have used it to more and more effect, as I customized my most-used websites to my personal preferences. As the title implies, I couldn’t live without it.”

Get Stylish »

Also Featured:

Scrolls the page smoothly when using the mouse wheel (or keyboard arrows if enabled). It uses unique algorithms for smoothness and adaptive behavior, and looks somewhat like the credits at the end of a movie. Get it now »

Reader is the ultimate Reader tool for your Firefox that brings the Safari 5 Reader features to Firefox and provides you the best reading experience by transforming text on any website using fonts, colors, and layouts of your choosing in a clean and distraction-free environment. Get it now »

Master Password+
This add-on offers enhancements to the built-in “Master Password” (MP) feature of Firefox:

  • Locks master security device on demand or after specified time
  • Prompts for MP on browser startup
  • Suppresses all or duplicate MP prompts

Get it now »

Download Manager Tweak
Allows the download manager to also open in a tab or sidebar, and adds some optional display changes. Get it now »

8 comments on “August 2013 Featured Add-ons”

  1. Ken Saunders wrote on

    I can’t say enough good things about Stylish.
    I don’t believe that I’ve left a review since the old AMO perhaps UMO. Maybe never.
    Time to do that.

  2. blah wrote on

    Why isn’t there a feature complete theme of August?

    1. LouCypher wrote on

      Because… there is Stylish? 😉

    2. Amy Tsay wrote on

      Featured complete themes are chosen every quarter, so the next one will be featured in October.

      1. blah wrote on

        I see. Is there some way to put at least featured custom themes on page one like add-ons?

        1. Amy Tsay wrote on

          Thanks for the suggestion. The Featured Complete Themes collection is now under Featured Collections on the homepage of AMO.

          1. blah wrote on

            Nahh that’s not what I meant. I remember back in the Firefox 2 days the website had it’s own theme box on page one. I can’t remember if themes were categorized featured, by downloads, or just random but every time I reload the page different themes appeared. Look I know a thing or two about web development and most users click on the first thing they see. Putting custom themes in a collection on the bottom of the page is…. well not a lot people go there.

          2. Amy Tsay wrote on

            Ok, I see what you mean. Every few months, we create new homepage promos, and I’ll put Complete Themes on the list for next time.