Software for Firefox

This list contains 29 Software for Firefox.

Surfshark Surfshark

Surfshark is an award-winning, secure VPN that encrypts your online data to help you stay private & protected every day, hassle-free. Surfshark provides servers on over 65 locations across the globe and is avalible for your Android, iOS, macOS, Linux and Windows device.

Ivacy Ivacy

Ivacy is a VPN provider that allow you to browse the web securely in private. With Ivacy you can bid farewell to geo-ristricted content and enjoy all that the web has to offer. Ivacy allows you to protect up to 10 devices at a time which means that you can protect yourself and your family with a single subscription.

Imgur Imgur

Imgur is a free image sharing and hosting service that is commonly used by people that want to share images on social media. With Imgur users can discover, share and discuss their images with others online.

Joplin Joplin

Joplin is a free and open source note taking and to-do list application. Joplin can handle large number of notes organised into notebooks and allow you to write memorable notes using markdown. With Joplin your notes are searchable, can be copied, tagged and modified either from the applications directly or from your own text editor.

RiteTag RiteTag

With RiteTag you can get instant hashtag suggestions for images and text for both anywhere on the web and mobile. The tool is a must have for Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter marketers.

Turtl Turtl

Turtl is a note taking application that uses high-end cryptography to protect your data. Whether you're worried about information leaks, competitive advantage, or blanket government surveillance, Turtl works hard to make sure only you, and those you choose, can see your data.

Noted Noted

Oftentimes, you want a simple screen to take notes. These notes might be from a meeting, a to-do list, a list of ideas or any other text. The idea is to capture information. Noted allows you to not only take notes but store them securely. You can create a free account to store all your notes in one place. You can also share notes with anyone to view or collaborate by sharing an editable link. Noted supports real-time collaboration so multiple writers can jot down notes at the same time. The app has an intuitive interface to make it easy to add notes and organize them. The app comes with a dark mode, so if you like working with a dark background, you can easily turn it on. There is a built-in spellchecker, a monospace font converter, raw text viewer as well as markdown viewer. One feature our users love is the password protection of notes. This does not require a login and you can put a password on any kind of note. This is a great option if you want to keep just one note safe and secure. This is a particularly good option for those who tend to work on public machines or multiple machines and want to keep just one note safe and secure. Another interesting feature about the app is the custom URLs. You can modify the note URL to be something like noted.as/[something]. This short URL format is something that a lot of users have appreciated. Noted is a good alternative to apps like Evernote or Google Keep. Except, it's completely free of cost. Noted is available for all web browsers. The app is not just for taking notes, it can be used to quickly jot down ideas, to-do lists, shopping lists, reminders, random thoughts, small poems, etc. It is not overloaded with features that you don't need. Noted is designed for people who love to keep everything simple. For instance, there is a word count, a character count and a note view count on every note. This allows you to track the number of words, characters and even views on the note. Users can also view all your notes in the account panel. You can quickly edit, view or delete any note from the panel. All your notes are encrypted when you use the app. This means that not even the developers can see your notes. So, you can be sure that your notes are safe in the cloud. Noted is a great option for people who do not want to pay for a note-taking app. It has a simple interface and a clean design. The app is completely free and does not have any ads. You can even sync your notes to different computers without having to pay for anything. These features are just the tip of the iceberg. If you're looking for a simple note-taking app that works well with all browsers, you should try Noted.

LessPass LessPass

With LessPass you can manage your registrations, login and passwords with is. LessPass is a password manager that computes a unique password using a site, login, and a master password for you mobile Android or iOS device or as a browser extension for Google Chrome and Firefox. Since a password manager, or any software for that matter is as secure as it is transparent, the LessPass source code is available on Github and can be inspected and perfected by anyone in the community.

Buttercup Buttercup

Buttercup is a free and open-source password manager, available on all major platforms. With Buttercup you can track and store your login information for any service and device that you use. The application's securely encrypted vault allow you to store account information securly with additional support for 2FA/OTP (TOTP).

LastPass LastPass

LastPass is a freemium password manager that can keep your information private, secure, and hidden. The software store encrypted passwords online, so that you can enjoy unique and hard to crack passwords for each service you use, while providing a single login mechanism. LastPass is available for various web browsers and as applications for your smartphone.

Page 1 of 3. next last »