Supported operating systems:
Nokia Internet Tablet OS Maemo 5.0
emark - Firefox Addon emark - Firefox Addon - emark is a global, open database created for all Internet users. The system has a universal format (standard) of identifying geographical locations and displaying them on any digital map or device. It is not dependent on any specific map or software
UC Berkeley Library Search (University of California Berkeley) - Firefox Addon UC Berkeley Library Search (University of California Berkeley) - Firefox Addon - Search the full catalog by title, author, subject, keyword etc.
The University of California, Berkeley's 32 constituent and affiliated libraries together make it the fourth largest academic library in the United States, surpassed only by the Library of Congress, Harvard, and Yale
Wiitdb Search (EN) - Firefox Addon Wiitdb Search (EN) - Firefox Addon - A Firefox browser search plug-in for users to Wiitdb Site Search: Wiitdb.com. Awesome! for noobs to advanced users who wish to gain knowledge. Search results frequently output Wii database posts, So basically it's just a nice tool to find publisher, developer, and Nintendo Wii Artwork from your fellow gamers
hosiery & underwear metasearch - Firefox Addon hosiery & underwear metasearch - Firefox Addon - Hosiery and underwear metasearch plugin. Searches for hosiery, stockings, lingerie, underwear on the best online stores (such as stockingshopping.com, mytights.co.uk and more) with a single click
Quit Fennec - Firefox Addon Quit Fennec - Firefox Addon - With this add-on, Fennec will quit when you press the "close" button on the last open tab.
The Android OS automatically pauses applications when they are in the background, and closes them when free memory is needed. So most users shouldn't need to "quit" applications in Android
Show Image Title - Firefox Addon Show Image Title - Firefox Addon - This add-on lets Firefox Mobile display image tooltips (sometimes called "alt text"). Press and hold on an image, then choose "Show Title" from the context menu to see the text. It's useful for many web comics (like XKCD) that hide extra punchlines in the title text