Google admits that the toolbar for Firefox includes different features than the toolbar for IE "because Firefox and IE users have different needs." I believe this to be a tip of the hat to Firefox users, inferring that Firefox users are the ones who want the "cool" stuff.
What does version two bring to the table?
- Feed integration — One-click feed subscription button
- Safe Browsing extension — Anti-phishing tool
- Send with Gmail button — Opens your Gmail any time you click an e-mail link
- Custom Layouts — You can choose to replace Firefox's search bar with the Google search bar and/or remove the toolbar completely.
- The Classics — Classic features return: SpellCheck, PageRank, Highlight, Word Find, AutoFill, AutoLink, and WordTranlator
I like the feed integration button because it lights up when a feed is available on a page and it works with multiple feed readers. Good bye, Bloglines toolbar button!
I'm unhappy with the custom layouts because the Google search is able to replace the Firefox search, but without any of the awesome multiple engine features. Google should know that this is one of the most valuable features in the Firefox browser! If anything, I would prefer an option to nix the Google search bar from the Google toolbar. I keep it around and use it for all my Google searches, though, because of the suggestion feature. I wish that Google could replace the Firefox search bar, retain the Google search bar features, and retain the multiple search engine feature.
Go get the Google Toolbar v2 for Firefox. The best part about this toolbar is that if you don't like a feature, you can usually disable it.
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