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11 Firefox Addons that make using Twitter easy!

So, do you Twitter? And, do you use Firefox? Yesterday, Nikhil covered five places to get free backgrounds for your Twitter profile.

Today I’ll cover 25 Firefox addons that you can use with Firefox that improve your ability to use Twitter.

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  1. Yoono – Yoono simplifies your social life on the web by centralizing all your social networks and instant messaging in one easy to use browser sidebar. Get all your friend updates automatically wherever you are on the web and update your status instantly across Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and more.
  2. Shareaholic – Shareaholic enables you to quickly, and very easily share, bookmark, and e-mail web pages via a wide array of your favorite web 2.0 social networking & bookmarking sites
  3. TwitterFox – TwitterFox is a Firefox extension that notifies you of your friends’ status on Twitter.
  4. Twitbin – Twitbin is a firefox extension that allows you to keep up with all of your Twitter conversations right from your browser sidebar. Send messages, receive messages, share links, and more from Twitbin, the best twitter addon for firefox out there.
  5. Friendbar – Friendbar makes it easy to keep in touch with friends on Facebook and Twitter. It displays a running stream of text and photo updates from Facebook and Twitter right on the toolbar, and allows you to post updates and reply from the toolbar itself.
  6. TwitterBar – Post to Twitter from your address bar
  7. Power Twitter – Power Twitter adds several features to the Twitter Web interface
  8. Twitter Search – Search Twitter directly from your search bar
  9. TwitKit – TwitKit is a Twitter sidebar for Firefox.
  10. Twitzer – Twitzer is a Firefox extension which lets you post text longer than 140 characters on Twitter.com. It also resolves TinyURL links to actual links.
  11. TwittyTunes – Allows to post your currently playing songs to Twitter with a click. As a bonus, you can also post the websites you’re visiting, videos you’re watching and more.

So, are you twittering with Firefox? What addons do you use?

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