Top 75 Apps for Enhancing Your Facebook Page. Have you customized your Facebook page?
There are thousands of apps that can help you engage with your fans. In this article I’ll focus on the top 75 Facebook apps. These apps allow you to customize your landing tabs, add your blog, add videos and photos, add chat, add polls, contests, geolocation, scheduling, email, ecommerce and much more. Why Facebook Apps? Why add apps to your Facebook Business (Fan) page? In other words, every time a fan interacts with your Fan page, it’s free advertising for you because each fan’s activity goes out into their stream (their wall and their friends’ News Feeds).
Facebook App Directory However, there are literally tens of thousands from which to choose. There’s also Appbistro where you can browse their comprehensive directory of apps for businesses. You can track your metrics via Facebook Insights and see which of your tabs gets the most clicks as shown in the screenshot below: Facebook Insights - Tab Views Custom Landing Tabs. Warzone Map Tools. CCEnhancer. CCEnhancer is a small tool which adds support for over 1,000 new programs into the popular program CCleaner.
The tool uses the winapp2.ini system built into CCleaner to easily add new rules and definitions for programs. The rules were sourced mainly from the Piriform Support Forum, with several sourced from other places around the internet. Directly download the winapp2.ini file here. Disclaimer: The entries created by this tool are not supported by Piriform, the makers of CCleaner. Yoono. Google Docs: Download. Firefox Greasemonkey Script Note: Google has now built bulk document exporting into the GDocs interface.
Read more about it at Google OS. The GDD greasemonkey script will still be available for those who prefer to download uncompressed documents. But if you just want to download archive copies then google's solution requires less effort on your part. Google Docs: Download is installed as a Grease Monkey script. Just navigate to the document list that you wish to download and select the documents you want to download by clicking their checkboxes or click the select: all link at the bottom of the page. Now use DownThemAll to mass download your documents! And you're ready to go!
GDD is also compatible with other browsers that support user scripts. How to: add features to Firefox with Mozilla's new Jetpack - Ars Technica. Mozilla Labs has announced a new project called Jetpack to provide an easy way for users and developers to enhance the Firefox web browser.
Ever since moving to a Macbook as my primary computer, I've been struggling with re-learning the Mac navigation key shortcuts. Since I still use Windows a lot, I decided to instead reconfigure the Mac shortcuts to emulate Windows shortcuts. This strategy worked well, except for in Firefox, which doesn't respect the Mac DefaultKeyBinding.dict file. For Firefox 2, I solved this problem by running Keyfixer as published by Starry Hope.
Unfortunately, this stopped working for me when I updated to Firefox 126.96.36.199. KeyFixer - Firefox Version - Starry Hope Productions. Mozilla Jetpack: Firefox Extensions with Added Thrust. Jetpack is a new experimental project from Mozilla that could revolutionize how Firefox browser extensions are built and deployed. Extensions have been an important part of Firefox since its conception. Mozilla made it easy for developers to hook into the chrome API and enhance the browser in ways that had not been envisaged before. Remember how difficult client-side coding was before the introduction of third-party tools such as Firebug and the Web Developer Toolbar? Today, there are more than 12,000 extensions available from an enthusiastic community of developers. With over one billion installs, the power of Firefox’s add-ons is certainly one of the largest contributing factors to the success of the browser itself.