A Twitter Add-On For Firefox Users Is Bringing Even More Tweet Opportunities To Desktop And Mobile Users. Here We Look At The Main Features Of This Firefox Add-On.
With most established internet browsers now realising the potential and importance of combining social networking with browser features, how and when people use these websites could change even faster than before.
But it is also clear from the rise and fall of social-network specific browsers like Flock that the pressure is on for more popular browsers to come up with convenient features that enhance their functions.
Enter Mozilla, which as not only just released a new version of Firefox, but now features even more social networking options. Last month Mozilla announced the release of the Twitter Address Bar search add-on for Firefox, which makes it even easier to search Twitter directly through the Firefox browser.
While there are many great tools that pair Twitter and Firefox, the official Twitter Address Bar search is optimized to make even more use of the Firefox Awesome Bar. By directly typing searches into the Awesome Bar, users can search for hashtags, usernames and tweet topics then be taken to Twitter search results at the push of a button.
It is a faster way to search Twitter that Mozilla believes will benefit millions of users. As the official blog post puts it:
"Mozilla is continually exploring innovative ways to put users in control of their online experience. With the Twitter Address Bar Search add-on, Twitter leverages the extensible Mozilla Firefox platform to deliver an integrated social experience to hundreds of millions of Firefox users worldwide."
The new add-on can be used on the latest versions of Firefox for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Adroid, so there is an option for almost everyone whether on a computer or mobile device. To test out this add-on, simply visit the Firefox Add-ons gallery or download the Mozilla Firefox Twitter bundle and start taking advantage of easier social networking options.
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