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Firefox for Android brings fresh content to your browser home screen

Mozilla has rolled out a new feature Firefox for Android feature that lets you place custom “panels” on your home screen. Instead of just viewing your history, frequently visited sites and reading list you can now add panels for Vimeo, Instagram, Wikipedia, or other sites. This brings pictures, video, news, or other information to your […]

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Google Chrome for Windows now blocks extension from outside the Web Store (for safety)

When Google first released the Chrome web browser one of the reasons it felt so fast was because of what it didn’t do: Unlike Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer, Chrome didn’t supports extensions or add-ons… at least not back in 2008. Over the past few years that’s changed and there are now hundreds of useful extensions […]

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Devs can now offer Google Docs add-ons, paid Chrome extensions,

Google is updating its Google Drive platform to allow developers to offer add-ons for Docs & Sheets. Meanwhile the company is also updating its Chrome Web Store policies, allowing, (among other things), for developers of browser extensions to charge for their tools. You can access add-ons for Doc & Sheets through a new add-ons menu […]

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Opera Mobile Android web browser gets extension support (experimental)

The Opera Mobile web browser for Google Android lets you surf the web with multiple browser tabs, arrange your favorite bookmarks on a “Speed Dial” home page, and sync your settings with the desktop version of the browser. Now you can also use extensions to add extra features to the web browser, thanks to an […]