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Firefox for Android brings back general extensions support, here's how to set it up

Firefox for Android brings back general extensions support, here's how to set it up

The brand new Firefox for Android rolled out to everyone last month, but it still lacks the broad extension support that made the original browser so popular. To quote Douglas Adams, "this had made many people very angry and has been widely regarded as a bad move." Thankfully, experimental support for sideloading any Firefox extension has now arrived in the Nightly branch.

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Mozilla promises expanded extensions support following controversial Firefox Android update

Mozilla promises expanded extensions support following controversial Firefox Android update

Mozilla has been working on a rewritten version of Firefox for Android, designed to be faster and easier to maintain, and it started rolling out to the stable channel last week. Even though the new version is absolutely an upgrade in some areas, replacing the older browser before the newer codebase had all the same features has proven to be an unpopular move.

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This Greasemonkey Script Lets You See All 'My Apps' On One Page And  Filters Between Free/Paid In The Web Market

This Greasemonkey Script Lets You See All 'My Apps' On One Page And Filters Between Free/Paid In The Web Market

The Play Store's web market has come quite a long way since it was first announced back in February of 2011. Still, that doesn't mean it's perfect - among others, there are quite a few filter options still on the request list. For example, many users want to separate their free and paid apps in the My Apps interface. Thanks to a Greasemonkey script Artem just stumbled across, now you can.

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That's not all this ingenious script does, either: it also lets you see all of your apps on one page by adding a resizable handle to the bottom right corner of each box.

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