cybersearch.pngIt’s taken a few months, but I’m happy to announce that anyone can install our homegrown CyberSearch extension for Firefox without needing a Mozilla account. Just yesterday our extension got pushed out of the sandbox, and a big thanks goes out to all of the CyberSearch users who took the time to leave a review. The average rating from our 54 views is a 4.70 out of 5.00, and that means we have some very satisfied users.

The stats for our add-on are publicly available as well, which means you can follow how many downloads and active users there are for CyberSearch. You can also break it down even further to see things like which operating system people are using with the extension. As of right now there are 3,200+ of you who have our extension installed.

At some point I’d like to see CyberSearch become a recommended add-on by Mozilla, and possibly even get some recognition on the add-ons homepage. I’m thinking it will be a little while before that happens though, but I’m optimistic.

I’d also like to give a big thanks to the Mozilla add-on editor who approved our extension!

Get CyberSearch for Firefox
CyberSearch Homepage

There Are 7 Comments

  1. I have this addon installed and glad to see its now available freely.

  2. My sincere congratulations for a job well done. Recognition is a good thing and you guys have earned it. :P

  3. Great job on the add-on. The editor told me that it was a very impressive piece of work.

    Keep up the great work.

    Rey…
    AMO Community Mobilizer
    Mozilla

  4. Thanks guys! I’m really happy to see that this is finally available for anyone that wants to download it. I can’t believe the add-on is approaching the 10,000 download mark!

  5. Good stuff Ryan, its a great add-on that should probably be added to the browser as an extension of the existing search keyword system.

  6. M1ke wrote:
    Good stuff Ryan, its a great add-on that should probably be added to the browser as an extension of the existing search keyword system.

    That would be pretty sweet, but I don’t think that would ever happen. They could be forfeiting possible advertising revenue by keeping people away from search pages.

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