March’s featured extensions

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Pick of the Month: Bitwarden – Free Password Manager

by 8bit Solutions LLC
Store your passwords securely (via encrypted vaults) and sync across devices.

“Works great, looks great, and it works better than it looks.”

Featured: Save Page WE

by DW-dev
Save complete pages or just portions as a single HTML file.

“Good for archiving the web!”

Featured: Terms of Service; Didn’t Read

by Abdullah Diaa, Hugo, Michiel de Jong
A clever tool for cutting through the gibberish of common ToS contracts you encounter around the web.

“Excellent time and privacy saver! Let’s face it, no one reads all the legalese in the ToS of each site used.”

Featured: Feedbro

by Nodetics
An advanced reader for aggregating all of your RSS/Atom/RDF sources.

“The best of its kind. Thank you.”

Featured: Don’t Touch My Tabs!

by Jeroen Swen
Don’t let clicked links take control of your current tab and load content you didn’t ask for.

“Hijacking ads! Deal with it now!”

Featured: DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials

by DuckDuckGo
Search with enhanced security—tracker blocking, smarter encryption, private search, and other privacy perks.

“Perfect extension for blocking trackers while not breaking webpages.”

If you’d like to nominate an extension 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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February’s featured extensions

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Pick of the Month: ContextSearch

by Mike B
Select text to quickly search the phrase from an array of engines.

“Very intuitive and customizable. Well done!”

Featured: Word Count

by Trishul
Simply highlight text, right click, and select Word Count to easily do just that.

“Beautifully simple and incredibly useful for those of us who write for a living.”

If you’d like to nominate an extension 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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January’s featured extensions

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Pick of the Month: Auto Tab Discard

by Richard Neomy
Save memory usage by automatically hibernating inactive tabs.

“Wow! This add-on works like a charm. My browsing experience has improved greatly.”

Featured: Malwarebytes Browser Extension

by Malwarebytes Inc.
Enhance the safety and speed of your browsing experience by blocking malicious websites like fake tech support scams and hidden cryptocurrency miners.

“Malwarebytes is the best I have used to stop ‘Microsoft alerts’ and ‘Windows warnings’.”

If you’d like to nominate an extension 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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November’s Featured Extensions

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Pick of the Month: Undo Close Tab

by Manuel Reimer
Access recently closed tabs by right-clicking the icon in your toolbar.

“The extension does exactly what is stated: it restores tabs, and not just the last one closed, but up to 25 recent tabs.”

Featured: Lilo

by Lilo
Help fund social and environmental causes by simply using Lilo search.

“Very positive. This engine allows us to help in a concrete way without any effort or money.”

Featured: SoundFixer

by unrelenting.technology
Adjust the gain and pan levels for almost any audio you encounter on the web.

“Wonderful – so many videos I like are so low I can’t hear them at all. This really, really works! Yay!”

If you’d like to nominate an extension 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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September’s featured extensions

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Pick of the Month: Iridium for YouTube

by Particle
Play videos in a pop-out window, only see ads within subscribed channels, take video screenshots, and much more.

“Been using this for a couple of months and it’s the greatest YouTube extension ever. I have tried a lot of different ones and this one melts my heart.”

Featured: Private Bookmarks

by rharel
Password-protect your personal bookmarks.

“This capability was sorely needed, and is well done. Works as advertised, and is easy to use.”

Featured: Universal Bypass

by Tim “TimmyRS” Speckhals
Automatically skip annoying link shorteners.

“Wow you must try this extension.”

Featured: Copy PlainText

by erosman
Easily remove text formatting when saving to your clipboard.

“Works very well and is great for copying from browsers to HTML format emails, which often makes a complete mess of not only fonts but layout spacing as well.”

If you’d like to nominate an extension 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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