Love an extension? Say it here and win.

Spread Firefox members are running the Firefox Add-ons Promotion Contest to spread the word about Firefox’s customizability through themes and extensions, and it is open to everybody.

If you use or know an extension that you want to share and enter the contest, write a review, post it at your own website or send it to me (you can send images later by email) and I’ll post it here at Mozilla Links. Then go visit the contest page to participate.

Mozilla Links is participating as well and links are being provided in each review to cast a vote for that particular review. You can also check and vote for other participants’ reviews here.

Votes however will not decide the winner, but a jury of 4. The contest runs from February 1st to April 9th. The first three places take either Firefox T-shirt, a $24 Magnatunes gift card or a one year .info domain registration (first prize first served), donated by Ken Saunders, Jackie Liu and Otto de Voogd.

Firefox Add-Ons Promotion Contest

5 thoughts on “Love an extension? Say it here and win.”

  1. well, I Love Tab Groups because it allows us to group tabs as we want… It REALLY GREAT and very usefull… and makes Firefox the first Browser to allow Tab Groups
    http://paranoid-androids.com/tabgroups/

    others i love are and that i think that should not be leaved outside are:

    -Tab Preview (http://ted.mielczarek.org/code/mozilla/tabpreview/)
    -Stop or Reload Button
    -Personal Menu
    -Sun Cult
    -Forecastfox
    -Foxmarks Bookmarks Sync (I know you too love this one 😉 )
    -IE Tab (unfortunately there are still a lot of Web pages for that thing that shouldn’t even be considered a Browser)

    – Another one that promisses a lot is LINKWAD (http://www.linkwad.com/)

  2. My best ad-on is a Foxmark. It’s fantastic, I can using my own bookmarks on Firefox all over the world. 🙂 It’s enough managing one bookmark set, and I can use it anywhere.

    Oh and another: DownThemAll, well is a litle perfect download manager, and very useful.

  3. My best add-on is a Foxmark. It’s fantastic, I can using my own bookmarks on Firefox all over the world. 🙂 It’s enough managing one bookmark set, and I can use it anywhere.

    Oh and another: DownThemAll, well is a litle perfect download manager, and very useful.

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