Supported operating systems:
Google Android 2.0, Google Android 2.1, Google Android 2.2, Google Android 2.3, Google Android 3.0, Google Android 3.1, Google Android 3.2, Google Android 4.0, Google Android 4.1, Google Android 4.2, Google Android 4.3, Google Android 4.4, Google Android 5.x, Google Android 6.x, Google Android 7.x, Nokia Internet Tablet OS Maemo 5.0
GetAFreelancer - Firefox Addon GetAFreelancer - Firefox Addon - This OpenSearch plugin allows you to quickly search through the projects that GetAFreelancer has listed on the site. You may enter keywords, or if you already know a specific project ID that you want to reference, you may enter the ID. Great for keeping up to date on the latest available work
PatentlyUseful Patent Number Search Engine - Firefox Addon PatentlyUseful Patent Number Search Engine - Firefox Addon - Provides a quick way to look up a patent at the USPTO website through the search bar.
One can add a "keyword" to this search so a patent can be retrieved by putting the keyword followed by the patent number in the address (also called the URL) bar
Bank Search Finanz Suche Finance Directory - Firefox Addon Bank Search Finanz Suche Finance Directory - Firefox Addon - A topic-specific search engine with directory that features more than than most comparable directories. As the name suggests, we can place additional value on your privacy.
Your Internet connection is secured with a newly developed encryption system.
Daily News (Durban) - Firefox Addon The Daily News is an English language newspaper published in Durban, South Africa. This OpenSearch add-on adds a custom search provider to your Firefox search bar to quickly search the Daily News website (dailynews.co.za) using their internal search engine
Linux Magazine - Firefox Addon Linux Magazine - Since 1999 the Linux Magazine has been, and continues to be, a very popular English language magazine for Linux and Open Source in enterprise computing. This OpenSearch add-on adds a custom search provider to your Firefox search bar to quickly search the Linux Magazine website (linux-mag.com) using their own internal search engine