Mozilla Labs announces the winners of their official Extend Firefox 3 Contest, and they’re an impressive crop of new and updated extensions for your favorite browser. I was honored to serve on the judging panel for this year’s contest (alongside some huge names in the browser biz), and we rated the entries based on how easy they were to use, and how well they took advantage of new features in Firefox 3. Let’s take a look at this year’s best new and updated add-on grand prize winners.
Here’re the best add-ons:
- Pencil project’s unique mission is to extend Firefox 3 to an opensource tool for making diagrams and GUI prototyping that everyone can use.
- Tagmarks adds a set of icons to the quick bookmarks, allowing you to quickly add tags to your bookmarks by clicking on each icon.
- HandyTag simply providing a complete set of most relevant keywords in the bookmark’s edition panel. These keywords are retrieved from many different sources.