After switching to Firefox 3.5, it’s time to revise add-ons that makes your connecting with Facebook friends easier, faster and much more pleasant. Here is the list of Firefox add-ons for Facebook – Firefox 3.5 compatible only!
Facebook Toolbar is one of the most widespread Firefox add-ons for Facebook users. Still, it’s reported to not always work smoothly for Firefox 3.5.x, so maybe you’d better replace it with the following toolbar:
Friendbar – integrates both Facebook and Twitter activities. It displays a running stream of text and photo updates from Facebook and Twitter, and allows you to post updates, retweet, direct messages, and replies.
Boost for Facebook – add tons of Facebook features to Firefox – autopoke, auto-login, hundreds of skins, album options, rollover pics, etc. The best is that Boost options are selectable – you can use only what you need.
FacePAD – Facebook Photo Album Downloader. FacePAD allows you to download your friends’ facebook albums, Events albums, and Group Albums. It takes some time to get all the features working, but it does the job.
Facebook Video lets you download or convert Facebook videos, and embed videos outside of Facebook. The download, convert video, and customize code links are added to Facebook video pages in an unobtrusive way.
Facebook User Search – the name speaks for itself. Search for Facebook users either using their names or email address.
Facebook Web Forum – Chat on any web site you browse. This extension adds a sidebar from which you can start discussions and join top or latest discussions. It’s easy to show/hide, but one can’t adjust sidebar width.
What’s new this April?
1. Winamp 5.552 was released. What’s new:
- Improved iPod Sync Support
- New iTunesLibrary Import
- New Online Services Gallery
- New OurStage Radio Online Services
- New Spinner MP3 of the Day Online Service
- New Turkish, Romanian, and Portuguese Language Packs
2. Firefox 3.0.9 and 3.0.10 stability releases were delivered to fix some security and stability issues.
3. Firefox 3.5 Beta 4 is available for download and testing. New features and changes in this milestone that require feedback include:
* Beta is now available in 70 languages .
* Private Browsing Mode.
* The ability to provide Location Aware Browsing using web standards for geolocation.
* Support for native JSON, and web worker threads.
* Improvements to the Gecko layout engine, including speculative parsing for faster content rendering.
4. Facebook opened up its developer API stream that gave third-party developers an opportuniny to connect to their users’ streams and let their users read their streams wherever they want. Now with the Open Stream API developers are able to create new applications and services with new user interfaces for the stream. One of the first examples of using the Open Stream API is Xobni – an Outlook plug-in which enables you to keep track of your social network activity immediately from the mail client.
Twitter’s growth in Australia was 1,067 percent since the start of this year. The number of visitors to Twitter has more than tripled in New Zealand since the beginning of the year. Twitter’s share of online visits in the United States and Britain had increased by 570 percent and 621 percent respectively since the start of the year.
April 28, 2009 Posted by HelenGr | Browsers, e-mail, internet, Mozilla Firefox, Social Networks, Software | facebook, firefox, gmail, internet news, news, Software, software news, twitter, winamp | 2 Comments
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