AllPeers – Firefox “Killer App”



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This is the best thing that happened to Firefox, aside from Firefox itself. That’s what AllPeers is saying about their new Firefox extension. I believe that this extension will definitely attract more people to use or even switch to Firefox.

Unleash your online experience and add multimedia sharing capabilitities to your favorite browser.

Share private photos worry-free. No passwords to remember, no public access.

Share your videos without uploading – save on hosting costs while saving time.

No cumbersome interface. No sharing restriction. Private and secure. No spyware, no adware, no annoying advertisements.

Do you like free software? Do you like Firefox? Do you like sharing?

We do! That’s why we built AllPeers.

AllPeers 2.0 is a bittorent client that will be integrated into Firefox and will allow the user to share files from pictures to audio files & video files. The user will have a buddy list which shows which buddies are online or offline and the user can also check what files each buddy is sharing. It also let’s the user choose who to share the files with. AllPeers will work even if the user is offline. How cool is that!? And users even get an RSS feed of new files that a certain user has added. Who knows they might even add chat and VoIP capabilities to it in the future. Can’t wait for this extension to be released.

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9 Comments

  1. Jaypee

    January 18, 2006 at 8:41 PM

    thanks Jays! i'm planning of getting my own domain name some time this year. btw, about IE and Firefox, the problem with IE is mainly the security. Firefox is considered to be safer. Also, when you use IE you have several windows open right? With Firefox, you only have one window with several tabs inside. You can also install different extensions for different purposes. one good example is the "undoclosetab" extension. what it does is that if you mistakenly close a tab, you just right click on your browser and click Undo Close Tab and it will open it back. there are lots of other extensions you can use.

  2. Jays

    January 17, 2006 at 10:13 AM

    dont worry kuya jaypee love ko ang domain name mo :razz: whatever diba? haha..

    nwei, hmmm.. i hate firefox.. hndi ako nagagandahan don.. IE na ako forever eh.. anu ba meron sa IE ngayon??.. bat lahat na lang nag firefox na??.. huhuhu :cry:

  3. Jaypee

    January 17, 2006 at 1:12 AM

    hi sheryl! thanks for droppin by. gamit ko dot.tk kasi wala pa sa budget ko ang pambili ng domain. maybe within this year, makakuha na ko ng sarili kong domain.

  4. Sheryl

    January 16, 2006 at 6:51 PM

    first time ko ditoo! naku dapat d kana gumamit ng domain name na [dot]tk .. dapat ung real url mo nalang mas ok pa. kc un may ads eh..hehe

    ala lang suggestion lang, sa panahon ngaun di na uso ung redirection url..katulad nga ng ganito.

    anyway, nice blog!!

  5. andreana

    January 16, 2006 at 12:48 PM

    i guess, i must update!

  6. trench

    January 8, 2006 at 5:41 AM

    It works great. im a regular user of this extention now! Thanks.:mrgreen:

  7. Grace

    January 6, 2006 at 8:40 PM

    i love firefox..wohoo :mrgreen:

  8. Jaypee

    January 5, 2006 at 2:28 AM

    hehe..i keep up to date so that i have something to blog about and while doing that i also learn alot. it's a win-win situation.

  9. trench

    January 5, 2006 at 2:02 AM

    whoo hoo! I come here for all my tech stuff. Seriously, you seem to stay up to date.

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