Firefox is famous for its addons, and for good reason: they can make your browser do just about anything. Here are the addons we think are best, what they do, and where you can find them. It’s long been a top-rated Firefox addon, check it out and learn why.
Similar to Greasemonkey in some ways, but focused on changing how sites look instead of how they act.
Think of it as themes for your favourite sites The User Agent Switcher extension is a secret agent in disguise for Firefox.
Fire Gestures is a convenient add-on for executing commands with mouse gestures.
You can easily configure your mappings by editing current ones or adding new scripts.
Enable or disable wheel, rocker, keypress, and tab wheel gestures.
And the fastest way to send something to Evernote is the Web Clipper, which Aaron called the ultimate content saving tool by creating a bibliography in just one click, and it’s also a useful tool for compiling resources. If you’d rather your clippings live right in your browser, check out Scrapbook.
You’ll get a sidebar where you can store and share research Sometimes, while researching, you need to quickly write something down.
There’s no end of uses for this sort of reverse image search, from spotting fake Facebook profile pictures to determining whether an image is fair use.