April’s Featured Extensions

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Pick of the Month: Passbolt

by Passbolt
A password manager made for secure team collaboration. Great for safekeeping wifi and admin passwords, or login credentials for your company’s social media accounts.

“The interface is user-friendly, installation is explained step by step.”

Featured: FoxClocks

by Andy McDonald
Display times from locations all over the world in a tidy spot at the bottom of your browser.

“This is one of the best extensions for people who work with globally distributed teams.”

Featured: Video DownloadHelper

by mig
A simple but powerful tool for downloading video. Works well with the web’s most popular video sharing sites, like YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and others.

“Without a doubt the best completely trouble-free add-on which does exactly what it claims to do without fuss, complicated settings, or preferences. It just works.”

Nominate your favorite add-ons

Featured extensions are selected by a community board made up of 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!

13 comments on “April’s Featured Extensions”

  1. zakius wrote on

    Without change, my favorites I can’t leave behind are Newsfox, Fire Gestures and good, old Pocket

  2. berlihingen wrote on

    “Video DownloadHelper – trouble-free add-on which does exactly what it claims to do without fuss, complicated settings, or preferences.” – absolute untrue in every statement. So absurd that no need to disprove – just try it.

    1. gr wrote on

      Try this one, it work good :


    2. Alex wrote on

      Does this mean that ‘Video Download Helper’ ain’t a good choice for Video downloads

      1. Sakura wrote on

        It’s so-so, can be buggy on a lot of sites. I prefer FVD (Flash Video Downloader).

  3. Stefan wrote on

    Another wave of spam add-ons hits Mozilla Firefox AMO : https://www.ghacks.net/2018/04/09/another-wave-of-spam-add-ons-hits-mozilla-firefox-amo

    1. Caitlin Neiman wrote on

      Thanks for sharing this, Stefan. Our content reviewers are actively monitoring incoming submissions and remove spam extensions when they see them.

  4. Stefan wrote on

    You’re welcome !

  5. manuel wrote on

    The Mozilla Fire Fox has been helped full to secure all data information that I link and access and its interesting to use for the future purpose . Thanks

  6. Bobbye Blackwell wrote on

    I am having a problem with my mozilla firefox account someone has blocked me off of my account that I have. can you help me?

  7. Wilfred wrote on

    This blog post is linked to from the Firefox footer:

    > Need a password manager for teams? Check out Passbolt, Firefox’s Extention of the Month, an open source, user-friendly solution for storing and sharing passwords securely.

    There’s a typo here: extention. I’ve not idea where to file a bug, so I thought I’d mention it here.

  8. Nahid Hossain wrote on

    I am using last pass for last 5 years now. Not sure if your passbolt can replace it. But I was looking for a lighter addons for managing passwords. Last Pass is becoming heavier day by day.

    1. Junaid Ahmed wrote on

      Bitwarden is a bit lighter, plus it’s open-source. But be careful when setting the master password, in case you forget there’s no way to recover it.