September’s Featured Extensions

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Pick of the Month: Search Image

by Didier Lafleur
Highlight any text and perform a Google image search with a couple clicks.

“I’ve been looking for something like this for years, to the point I wrote my own script. This WORKS for me.”

Featured: Cookie AutoDelete

by Kenny Do
Automatically delete stagnant cookies from your closed tabs. Offers whitelist capability, as well.

“Very good replacement for Self-Destructing Cookies.”

Featured: Tomato Clock

by Samuel Jun
A super simple but effective time management tool. Use Tomato Clock to break your work bursts into meaningful 25-minute “tomato” intervals.

“A nice way to track my productivity for the day.”

Featured: Country Flags & IP Whois

by Andy Portmen
This extension will display the country flag of a website’s server location. Simple, informative.

“It does what it should.”

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. Harold Lee wrote on :

    sigh… if only DownThemAll or any other powerful extensions work after Firefox 57, I wouldn’t be thinking of switching to another browser. Too bad Mozilla decided to push through with the WebExtensions plan before making sure their best existing extensions continue to work.

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    1. Scott DeVaney wrote on :

      Have you checked out Bulk Media Downloader? It may suit your needs…

      https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/bulk-media-downloader/

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  2. Speed Dial (Lite) wrote on :

    Hello,
    I would like to de-nominate this featured add-on:
    Speed Dial (Lite)
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/speed-dial-lite/
    I think it’s making extremely bad name for Firefox and I’m surprised how add-on with such poor rating can be picked as Featured in the first place!

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