FootieFox: Firefox Add-on for the World Cup Fan
Article by George Norman
On 10 Jun 2010
If you are a football (or soccer) fan, then you are undoubtedly eagerly awaiting the launch of the Fifa 2010 World Cup. And you probably gave considerable thought to how you are going to stay on top of all the matches and the results. You say you’ve been to busy playing with the Soccer Fever effects on Picnik and it totally slipped your mind?

No problem, I have something that will help you out – an add-on for the Mozilla-developed Firefox browser that will help you stay on top of all World Cup scores and news. Simply install this add-on and right within your Firefox browser you will have access to the latest scores. The FootieFox add-on covers all matches of the upcoming World Cup.

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You can get the FootieFox add-on straight from AMO here. The add-on does not cost a thing and can prove to be useful even after the 2010 World Cup is over. After all, the add-on covers more than 200 leagues and cups in 60 countries.

After you get the add-on, you can use it free of charge for as long as you want. I know I’ve already said that. What I want to emphasize is that if you like the add-on and the functionality it provides, perhaps you would consider supporting the continued development of FootieFox by making a small donation. You can make a small contribution right on AMO.

More details on FootieFox are available on the application’s official site
here.

In related news, have you considered taking part in the Firefox Cup? The concept of this competition is quite simple: get a Firefox Persona and show your passion for your favorite team. The team with the most supporters will win the Firefox Cup and will be featured on Mozilla’s site (More on this topic here).



Tags: Mozilla, Firefox, FootieFox, Add-on, World Cup
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