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Diigo Firefox Extensions Available and More

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Three new FF4 extensions by Diigo available now!
As Mozilla publicly released Firefox 4, Diigo is proud to announce the release of three brand new Firefox extensions, all ported from Diigo’s popular Chrome Apps:

Awesome Screenshot for Firefox 4

With Awesome Screenshot, you can capture the whole page or any portion, annotate it with rectangles, circles, arrows, lines and text, upload to share with just 1-click (no registration required!)

Chrome users have raved about how Awesome Screenshot is “insanely useful and easy to use,” now it’s available for Firefox users!
Try “Awesome Screenshot” for Firefox 4 today
(Available in Firefox 4, Chrome, Safari, too!)
Read Later Fast for Firefox 4
PC World review: “Falling under the “devastatingly useful but simple” category, Read Later Fast does exactly what its name suggests… ”

With this add-on, you can add pages or links to the Read Later Fast slide deck, where you can read them later, offline if necessary, clean-text reading with clutter removed and view as a slideshow if you want, or synced to other computers and devices.
Try “Read Later Fast” for Firefox 4 today
(Available in Firefox 4, Chrome)
Quick Note for Firefox 4  NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Use Quick Note as a simple notepad, scratchpad, clipboard, or to record to-do lists. By default, your notes are saved locally and can be accessed offline. You can optionally save the notes online, so you can sync your notes to other computer and devices you use.

Try “Quick Note” for Firefox 4 today
(Available in Firefox 4, Chrome, and Mac, too!)

All these three apps/extensions are designed to focus on a single-function to deliver the best-of-breed functionality, as well as fool-proof usability.

Please go check out these brand new Firefox add-ons (compatible with FF4 browser.) If you like them, we’d appreciate your support by giving them a big five-star rating, and tell your friends and tweet about the news! Remember, you do not need to be Diigo users to enjoy these single-function apps!
Thanks for your continued support!

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This entry was posted on April 7, 2011 by in Productivity and tagged , , .
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