Customize Firefox with Fashion Your Firefox

You can already download and install as many Firefox add-ons as you like, but now the Mozilla Foundation has made it a lot easier to customize your Firefox installation with a new Web application.

Termed Fashion Your Firefox, the Web application, in much the same manner that Linux and BSD distros are functionally categorized on this site, lists Firefox add-ons in “activity-based categories”. According to the press release:

Fashion Your Firefox presents add-ons in activity-based categories that make them easy to find and install. Add-ons are tiny pieces of software that add new features or functionality to Firefox, letting people customize their browser to meet their tastes. There are currently more than 1 billion downloads of Firefox add-ons.

Categories in Fashion Your Firefox include:

  • Shutterbug: View and share pictures and videos online
  • Rock Star: Listen to music while surfing, working, emailing or researching online
  • News Junkie: Get the most up-to-date news and weather
  • Shopaholic: Shop and take advantage of online deals
  • Digital Pack Rat: Keep track of favorite sites, bookmarks and blogs
  • Social Butterfly: Share, bookmark, and e-mail web pages via an array of social networking & bookmarking
    sites
  • Finder and Seeker: Find and make information on the Web more relevant
  • Decorator: Apply browser themes
  • Executive Assistant: Organize online activities

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You may access Fashion Your Firefox here.

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