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Forgetting passwords is not an issue with this Firefox extension that stores all of your sensitive credentials tucked away safely
Websites, logins, credentials, user names, passwords, a whole lot of details to remember and although the sensible thing is to have them stored or at least note them down, that’s easier said than done. Avira Password Manager for Firefox will provide a fully-featured password vault, packed with useful features meant at helping users store their credentials when browsing the Internet.
The tried-and-tested vault design for credential-management browser extensions doesn’t seem to fail and the developers have surely accounted for that in the design process. Like similar add-ons, Avira Password Manager for Firefox also provides a quick-access credentials pop-up menu.
For those who are accustomed to using such functionality, inputting and then copying or modifying credentials is really straightforward. However, for the non-initiated, the procedure for copying a stored password from the pop-up menu might not be that evident, and users will have to click a certain area in doing so.
When delving deep into the actual vault itself, we found that a dedicated tab array helps sort things out and makes features quickly accessible. Inputting and editing entries is a breeze and there really isn’t much difference from similar extensions.
However, leaving simplicity aside, those who wish more advanced features might crave features such as payment or bank account management, or even the extensive emergency access tools that are provided by the flagship LastPass add-on.
This extension is a good asset to have around when struggling with keeping track of your login credentials when surfing the Internet. Its collection of features and overall intuitive handling make for a good alternative to similar password-safe extensions.
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Access Ethereum-enabled distributed applications with Firefox, manage your identities and validate transactions directly from your browser, with this helpful extension
After the spectacular rise of Bitcoin, many other cryptocurrencies have started to gain value, the most popular of which being Ether, which is accrued by validating network transactions in the Ethereum blockchain.
For users interested in accessing or building decentralized applications on the Ethereum platform, a browser extension like MetaMask can be incredibly helpful. Also available for Chrome, Opera and Edge users, this Firefox extension makes it possible to access Ethereum-enabled distributed applications (Dapps) directly from your browser, as well as manage your identities and sign transactions.
On first launch, you will be prompted to either create a new vault or recover an existing one using a walled seed. The extension offers the basic functionality of wallet applications, allowing you to buy or transfer tokens.
MetaMask’s standout feature, however, is the fact that it enables your browser to visited Ethereum-enabled websites and run Dapps in Firefox without running a full Ethereum node.
When a distributed application attempts to write to the blockchain, you will be asked to confirm or reject the action directly from the extension’s secure interface.
You have the option of switching between various Ethereum networks, and it is also possible to direct the extension to your own RPC server.
On the whole, MetaMask is an excellent addition to Firefox if you are looking for an easier way to access Ethereum-enabled Dapps, manage your identities and perform transactions. It comes with an intuitive user interface and can be found in the Firefox toolbar whenever you need to take advantage of its features.
Your personal information is kept secure at all times, as the account vault is encrypted and only stored locally. Using your secret phrase, however, you can restore your account even from other browsers.
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If you're constantly facing unwanted content in the comments sections of various websites you can use this nifty extension to hide them in just a single click
Spending time on various websites that have attached comments sections always brings with it the unfortunate chance of witnessing malevolent, mean or even offensive “comments battles”. Unless these are well-filtered by administrators, users are left with no choice than to ignore them or use a dedicated extension, such as Shut Up for Firefox. Also available for Chrome, it will allow one to easily hide the comments on the required websites and thus avoid any unnecessary exposure to unwanted content.
Installing the extension is pretty standard and does not require any special configuration steps on users’ side. Its icon will appear in-line with the navigation bar and enabling its function can be done either by clicking on it or using the context menu entry.
The fact that the extension integrates itself in the context menu, allows users to block comments more comfortably, right where their mouse cursor is currently located.
There are very few options in the extension’s settings and we believe that this is ideal, as it keeps things simple and after all, it does its job quite well. Speaking of simple, the enabling/disabling of comments can also be accessed by using the “Ctrl + Shift + X” key combination.
Nevertheless, if for instance, one has websites where comments are kept enabled, a dedicated option will permit the extension to always remember those websites and allow the browser to display them accordingly.
This Firefox extension can be a real life-saver if you wish to get rid of all that offensive or unwanted content almost always present somewhere in the comments section of certain websites.
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Make your life easier by commanding your browser through a set of mouse activated specific gestures, and surf the web fast and in style
Have you ever thought about having the same experience on a desktop PC as on a phone, tablet or generally speaking, handheld? Have you ever been on the lookout for a faster, more reliable way of browsing the internet? Well, look no further. Gesturefy is here to fix all these problems, and plenty others, just for you.
When it comes to the core of the extension, gestures are very easy and fast to use. They are fluent and don't seem at all unnatural, even on a desktop PC. After using Gesturefy for a period of time, you will come to realize that it is indeed better with gestures than without.
Some may even argue that an extension like this would have usability even beyond the browser interface, which would not be totally incorrect. The gestures are customizable and can be simple or rather complex. It all depends on the user.
Apart from being very easy to use, Gesturefy is also packed with options and features. From changing aesthetics to functionality, the options are definitely satisfactory even for the most demanding of users. The layout within the menu is also neat.
The menu is divided into a couple of tabs, and inside each of these tabs are smaller sections. Whatever setting you are looking for, it's easy to find and fast. We found most of the preset options were already adapted to your needs, but this is a case by case situation, which is why you have a plethora of options to change if you wish to.
By far, Gesturefy is one of the best gesture extensions within a browser. The added functionality definitely gives you an addiction. The fact that it helps you do more in less time, move faster and be more productive is the main reason you will definitely get hooked on this extension.
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Organize websites in color-coded categories called "containers" in order to boost productivity and avoid distractions using this Firefox addon
Firefox Multi-Account Containers (previously known as simply "Containers") is a lightweight and intuitive addon designed to help you organize visited websites better by placing them in color-coded categories, also known as "containers". This way, you can improve your productivity when focusing on work as well as minimize distractions.
The extension has some predefined containers that you can start with, in order to get familiarized with how it works. Fortunately, a tutorial at startup should clarify any issues you have in this regard.
New containers can be created with a name, color and icon to spot them easier. Afterward, when visiting a website, you can move the mouse cursor to the new tab button to open the menu of all containers and select one to assign the site to.
From this point on, the website's tab title will have an underline with the color matching its container, along with the container name displayed at the end of the address bar, so that you can tell them apart easily. The properties of the containers can be edited anytime or their entries can be removed from the list.
Another aspect worth mentioning is that, thanks to the fact that Firefox Multi-Account Containers stores cookies separately, you can log into the same websites using different accounts in different containers. Marketing websites will not be able to track your online activity, which means that your privacy is protected.
We haven't encountered any compatibility issues with the latest Firefox edition in our tests. Websites were quickly assigned to the containers, without delay.
All aspects considered, Firefox Multi-Account Containers offers a simple solution for Firefox users to manage their websites better by placing them in different categories with various names, symbols and colors.
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Perform reverse image searches across the Internet and using a wide range of search engines with the help of this nifty Opera extension
Ever wanted to search for a specific picture on the Internet only to discover that Google’s image search feature is not perfectly suited for the job at hand? If the answer is yes, and if you happen to be an Opera user, then you might be interested in what Search by Image has to offer.
Search by Image is a cross-browser extension (also available for Firefox), that allows you to perform reverse image searches across the Internet with the least amount of effort. What’s most impressive about the extension is just how easy it is to use.
You can perform image searches directly from Opera’s right-click contextual menu, or the browser’s toolbar (where the extension resides). Another great aspect of this tool is the fact that it comes with support for more than 30 search engines such as Google Images, Bing Images, Yandex.Images, Baidu Image Search, Sogou Images, and so forth.
The searches in question can be performed by a singular search engine, or you can enable all at once directly from the top-level context menu. Search by Image can detect most images on a web page, including those declared in CSS.
There are various search modes as well. For example, you can use the “Select” function that works both from the context menu and the toolbar. It involves you having to select an image on the page, then the extension will automatically bring up the search results using the selected search engine.
The “Select & Upload” method involves you having to select an image on the page, as the extension fetches the image and uploads it. The “Capture” option is also quite useful, as it allows you to select and capture a page area (with pictures included), and then upload it. Interestingly enough, you can also upload images from your computer, or paste them directly from the clipboard and let the extension perform the search.
To conclude, Search by Image for Opera is offers you what may just be the easiest way of performing reverse image searches on the Internet right now. It’s easy to use, very unobtrusive, and it packs a lot more features that usually meet the eye at first glance.
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Track how much time you spend on various projects directly from your browser by turning to this extensive Mozilla Firefox extension
The way we work has changed so dramatically over the last two decades, and much of it has to do with the emerging of new technologies and the evolution of the Internet in general.
With all these changes comes an insanely big emphasis on productivity and profitability. However, it's one thing to be aware of what you or your team needs to do to work better and smarter, and a whole other thing to actually implement it in your workflow. One might argue that everything starts by tracking your work.
You might not expect it, but Toggl Track for Firefox is a remarkably complex extension that's built around the idea of supercharging your productivity by providing you with a set of efficient time tracking tools.
At the heart of Toggl Track is the web platform. Toggl Track could be simply described as a productivity and time tracking tool, but it can really be so much more than that.
You can track your workflow using the web app, or via a desktop app. What's interesting is that you also get Firefox and Chrome extensions, as well as bespoke mobile apps for Android, and iOS. The data is synced instantly across all your devices.
Toggl Track is something that everyone can use. It works for you as an individual, but it also works for teams, for creative agencies, for law firms, for SaaS companies, agencies, tech companies, you name it.
Here are some of the nitty-gritty aspects that make Toggl Track one of the best tools of this sort. For starters, let's talk about the time tracking features.
The service offers everything you could ever want for time tracking. This includes one-click timers, background tracking, calendar integration, and an auto tracker function. Other noteworthy features include a Pomodoro Timer, idle time detection, as well as tracking reminders.
Don't be intimidated by all of this since Toggl Track for Firefox (and all the other versions as well) boasts a user-friendly and modern GUI.
Another thing that makes Toggl Track great is the well over 100 app integrations. This allows you to bring together data from all your favorite online tools such as Asana, Trello, Todoist, GitHub, Evernote, Jira, GitLab, Waffle, Bugzilla, and the list goes on.
Tracking by itself not very useful if the information is not relayed constructively. Thankfully, Toggl Track is also very good at reporting, project and revenue tracking, as well as team scheduling management. You can benefit from detailed daily, and weekly reports, create, save, and share reports and even schedule reports to email.
Tracking, planning, and profits are all tied together usually. That's why you'll love the project dashboard Toggl Track provides. It allows you to forecast timelines, budgets, track progress on projects, assign billable rates as well as labor costs by team members. Speaking of dashboards, there also one for your team.
Whether we are talking about individual work or big companies and businesses, time tracking is becoming more and more important, especially with the whole 2020 COVID situation that has led to such a large-scale shift in how and from where we work.
Project estimates, team planning, profitability analysis, efficient time tracking, accurate and transparent billing, these are just some of the things Toggl Track can help you as a freelancer or your business team with.
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With this extension you can turn any page into a super bright or extraordinarily dark version, in order to satisfy your viewing needs
If you are like most of us, a late-night internet browser, then you've probably experienced the ill effects of staying up late in front of an intensely bright screen. Dark Reader comes to the rescue of users who want to stay up late but don't want to experience eye strain or massive headaches after prolonged computer use.
Depending on your needs, the Firefox extension can either help you light pages up more, to see them during bright, sunny days, or it can dim and blacken them if the ambient light is way low. Either way, the process is simple to engage and equally satisfying. Your eyes will thank you for that.
When opening the extension you will immediately find a vast number of options awaiting you. From adding sepia filters to all your web pages or rendering them in grayscale to raising the contrast, this extension has all the customization options you would imagine for you to always have your eyes freed from any exterior pressure.
There are also options that deal with adding custom profiles to certain websites only. Say you know this great website but with a horrible eye-killing color scheme. With Dark Reader, you can work to change that and have it always rendered in a less aggressive tone. This is important as it allows you to save time, not having to change the settings for each site every time you log in to it.
Dark Reader is one of those extensions that most individuals would not really care for, either because they have these problems or rather because they consider such problems to be menial and not at all relevant, when in fact they should be greatly concerned with them. Dark Reader is the app to go for if your eyes are suffering from late-night bright browser surfing syndrome.
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Make sure that your texts are as good as they can be while browsing the Internet with Opera by relying on this useful proofreader/grammar checker
In this day and age, if you’re particularly serious about your writing, there’s really no excuse for not using the plethora of free, online or desktop tools for spell-checking and proofreading. While both online and desktop spell-checking apps have various advantages over each other, there’s an even better alternative.
That said, if you’re an Opera user, and you’re looking for the perfect solution for proofreading and spell-checking, then you should consider giving LanguageTool a quick try.
In short, LanguageTool for Opera ensures that both the presentation and the grammar of your texts are top-notch by allowing you to fix mistakes, typos, and other text style-related issues on the fly.
Besides its integration with Opera’s menu, one of the biggest advantages of the extension is the fact that it instantly checks the spelling and grammar of almost any type of text-based online content from literally all sources. This includes social networks, online e-mail services, and basically it should work on most websites.
It’s also important to note that the extension works with up to 25 popular languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Polish, and Russian. You can enable and disable grammar and spelling check, as well as upper and lower case checks for individual websites from the extension’s compact GUI.
In addition, you can add words to your personal dictionary in order to keep the false detection rates to acceptable levels. Of course, you can opt to permanently disable the checking process for various websites and even enable or disable various rules (mostly punctuation-related).
Last but not least, it’s worth mentioning that the extension uses the LanguageTool.org platform to correct your texts. Your text will not be stored by any third parties and the connection between the platform and the extension is encrypted.
To conclude, LanguageTool for Opera provides an efficient and easily accessible grammar checker/proofreader that works on pretty much all online content, and that works across a wide range of common languages.
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Translate text you encounter online with the help of this approachable browser addon that relies on multiple providers, such as Google Translate, Microsoft Bing, and Translator
The language barrier is a thing of the past of you know what tools to employ when facing issues, with ImTranslator for Firefox being precisely this type of software utility that offers to make content in foreign languages easily accessible.
As its name suggests, this is a Firefox extension that works with translation providers such as Google Translate, Microsoft Bing, and Translator so that you easily get around articles in about 90 languages. If you are using Chrome as your default browser, however, you can try out ImTranslator for Chrome.
The browser addon offers various approaches to how you want your text to be translated. First, there is a floating popup bubble that appears whenever you select a text and prompts you with the translation in any of the available languages, with the possibility of copying the displayed text, adjusting its font, and more. What’s more, text-to-speech translation is also available for you to try out.
ImTranslator component works pretty much in the same way, and other than that, it also incorporates a dictionary, with the possibility of assigning hotkeys to its functions.
As for the Inline translator, it translates text you find on the web and automatically inserts it after the original, with the possibility of differentiating it from the rest of the content using a color of your choice.
Then, there is the Translator, which once again provides you with the equivalent of any text in any given language, all in a new window. It comes with a generous feature set, letting you copy and paste text, check your spelling, all using either your own keyboard or a virtual one. Text to speech translation is also offered.
Last but not least, you can resort to this Firefox extension to translate a web page in its entirety, without any distractions being shown. As is the case of all the other utilities included under the umbrella of ImTranslator, it is capable of autodetecting the language of a text, with its response times being quite efficient.
On an ending note, ImTranslator for Firefox is a handy tool if you happen to deal with online content in languages you do not command. It resorts to various translation providers and encompasses 5 different applications you can use whenever trying to understand text in any of the 90 languages put at your disposal, with its GUI being approachable and easy to navigate.
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