March’s Featured Add-ons

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Pick of the Month: Dark YouTube Theme

by NiCU
Watch YouTube clips shrouded in darkness! Try YouTube with a dark periphery instead of the standard bright white.

“Better than I imagined.”

Featured: Turbo Download Manager

by InBasic
A robust multi-threading download manager; includes the option of closing the manager window without interrupting download flow.

“Okay so I’ve been using this downloader about two weeks and it really rocks. The speed is way better than the default downloader and I love how simple it is.”

Featured: Web Clipper: Easy Screenshot

by Jeremy Schomery
Super simple but effective screenshot extension. One click and the context menu offers multiple options, like capturing the entire page, just the visible area, or a selected portion.

“So light, simple, and perfect without useless frills.”

Featured: Clean Uninstall

by rNeomy
Automatically purge obsolete preferences (in pref.js) for add-ons you’ve uninstalled.

“This makes add-on management super clean!”

Featured: To Google Translate

by Juan Escobar
With a couple of clicks you can translate any text via Google Translate.

“برنامج جيد ولاكن ارجو من مطوري البرامج والاضافات كتابة تفاصيل البرامج بالغة العربية اسوتا بالغات الاخرى.”

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. Here’s further information on AMO’s featured content policies.

If you’d like to nominate an add-on for featuring, please send it to amo-featured [at] mozilla [dot] org for the board’s consideration. We welcome you to submit your own add-on!

3 comments on “March’s Featured Add-ons”

  1. Fhaddy wrote on


  2. Progestin wrote on

    I’m a bit puzzled and concerned that 3 of these featured addons are using legacy technology and won’t work past FF57.

    Shouldn’t you recommend only webextensions addons?

    1. Scott DeVaney wrote on

      I understand the concern, as I share it as well, but we’ve decided it’s still a bit premature to exclusively feature WebExtensions. We’ll likely stop accepting non-WebExtensions for editorial consideration some time in the late spring or early summer. I’ll post more information on a precise date soon. Thanks for your comment.