Stay Connected to the Things you Love with Firefox

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Firefox puts you in control of your Web experience and is easy to customize so you can use the Web the way you want. You can make Firefox your own through the beautifully designed and powerful customization menu. You can add or move any feature, social integration service or add-on into the menu and when you’re done you can also choose from thousands of Themes to transform the look of your browsing experience.

Firefox is also first to make it easy for Facebook, Delicious, Weibo and others to integrate their services directly into the browser. Features like the Firefox sidebar, social sharing options and toolbar notification buttons help you stay connected with your friends and family via your favorite social networks no matter where you go on the Web. Now you can also add a new sidebar button into your customizable menu so access to social, bookmark and history sidebars has never been easier.

Make the most of your world cup experience on Firefox with Goal.com

The Goal.com sidebar in Firefox for Windows, Mac & Linux

The Goal.com sidebar in Firefox for Windows, Mac & Linux

Today, we are excited to introduce the slick and informative Goal.com sidebar for Firefox, which brings up-to-the-minute soccer news direct from Brazil straight into your browser. You can activate the Goal.com sidebar in Firefox and have all the world cup action including breaking news, exclusive features and real-time scores at your fingertips.

Through the sidebar you will easily be able to stay on top of the latest from the tournament at every stage of the competition. You can keep track of all the day’s games and by choosing your country edition you will automatically receive all the content from your national team so you don’t miss a moment. Plus, you have the option to click on a specific match and open the Goal.com Match Center in a new tab, where you can check match previews, view player statistics, ratings and minute-by-minute commentary.

You can easily hide or disable the sidebar when you don’t want to see it. You can also keep the Goal.com sidebar in your Firefox and even once the tournament is over it will keep you right up-to-date with all the latest soccer news from all the major leagues around the world.

With original content from more than 500 reporters around the world, it’s never been easier to stay connected to the world’s most popular sport. Available in more than a dozen languages, Goal.com is available on Firefox and Firefox for Android. The Goal.com app will be available in the Firefox Marketplace for Firefox OS soon. Set up your Firefox today in time for kick-off on Thursday!

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