June’s Featured Add-ons

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Pick of the Month: lesspass

by Guillaume Vincent
Generate complex passwords and sign in automatically to all of your secure sites.

“I’ve been looking for this kind of password manager for years.”

Featured: LanguageTool Grammar Checker

by Daniel Naber
Get grammar help with this robust language tool available in more than two dozen languages.

“Easy to use and open source. A must-have if you want to write in a language that is not 100% in your grasp.”

Featured: Fraudscore

by Fraudscore
Block malware and shady ads that try to peep your personal info.

“Blocks a lot of popups and bad websites. Happy with product.”

Featured: Wikipedia Peek

by NiklasG
Displays handy pop-up previews of linked articles on Wikipedia pages.

“Saves me a LOT of time by presenting the essence of the linked page in a flash. A lookup that would often take a minute or more in the past now takes just a few seconds.”

Featured: Speed Dial (Lite)

by Mark Lumnert
Quickly access your favorite websites through a stylish panel layout.

“Very good.”

Featured: Honey

by Honey
A shopping assistant that saves you money! Honey helps you find coupons and price codes for thousands of stores throughout North America, India, Australia, and the U.K.

“I use this multiple times a day. Probably the best add-on I’ve ever downloaded on my 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. 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!

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  1. Enver wrote on :

    Add-on validation is too slow. I’m going to publish new version with bug-fixes while previous version posted 10 days ago still in queue – so I’ll be again at the end of queue 🙁
    I can understand why it is slow for new addons. But why it is so slow for already accepted addons?

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  2. gr wrote on :

    hi, I’m trying to find how to make the “options.html” page of a webextension in other languages but i can’t find any sample about the best way to do it on the page https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Add-ons/WebExtensions/Internationalization ?

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