September 2015 Featured Add-ons

Pick of the Month: Facebook™ Disconnect

by morni colhkher
Facebook™ Disconnect is an efficient firewall to disconnect third-party websites from accessing to your Facebook.

Featured: Web Developer

by chrispederick
The Web Developer extension adds various web developer tools to the browser.

Nominate your favorite add-ons

Featured add-ons are selected by a community board made up of add-on developers, users, and fans. Board members change every six months, so there’s always an opportunity to participate. Stayed tuned to this blog for the next call for applications.

If you’d like to nominate an add-on for featuring, please send it to for the board’s consideration. We welcome you to submit your own add-on!

11 comments on “September 2015 Featured Add-ons”

  1. FirefoxPhoenix wrote on

    Shouldn’t XUL- based addons or sdk addons requiring access to the chrome layer be excluded from featured nominations from now on?

    I understand these legacy technologies are insecure, which makes me uneasy using these addons. From now on, focus should be only on competitive new addons running in all Chrome, Edge and Firefox alike. Pushing ahead, Mozilla would be smart fully embrace the future and only recommend chrome-less sdk or webextensions code.

    1. Jorge Villalobos wrote on

      All add-ons on AMO are code-reviewed and should be safe to use. We certainly want add-on developers to move to the newer APIs sooner rather than later, but that doesn’t necessarily mean their add-ons are currently insecure or deprecated.

      1. Paramita wrote on

        Hi jorge,

        I am an add-on developer, and want to implement the newer APIs as soon as possible. But mentions about the list o APIs Mozilla like to support in future. Our add-on is fully on c++ and need native calls. Could you please let me know by when can we expect Mozilla to implement NativeMessaging? Or any other way to support the same.


        1. Jorge Villalobos wrote on

          You can voice your support for certain APIs in the uservoice platform. For now you can use JS ctypes, but not in WebExtensions.

  2. Rahul Roy wrote on

    The great to use Facebook disconnection add on prevent us from unwanted 3 party connection.

  3. Cococo wrote on

    The AMO pages of that add-ons are lacking the ‘featured’ ribbon…

    1. Amy Tsay wrote on

      That’s strange…do you see it now?

      1. Cococo wrote on

        Yes 🙂

  4. Yunier J wrote on

    The post in Spanish 😉

    1. Amy Tsay wrote on

      Awesome, thanks Yuni!

      1. Antarvasna Hindi wrote on

        this extension is safe to use ?