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All Google services at your finger tip

Google has offers many useful free services to the users such as Gmail, Maps, Google Doc, code, Voice, Google reader, Calendar etc, etc, perhaps the most reliable services in its kind, but to access each service either you need to bookmark it or need to visit Google website. Both the options have some drawbacks.

GButts is a Firefox add-on that lets you access all Google service on your browser just with a click, you need not to visit the site by typing the URL or bookmark the service.

This plug-in displays all of your Google Services as buttons (or as dropdown menu) just next to your address bar or anywhere you like it.

Just install the plug-in and drag the GButts Toolbar to your navigation bar or menu bar from ‘View – Tool bars – Customize.

You can change the main appearance from a Toolbar with all buttons you've selected to a single Dropdown Menu from settings. You can also enable or disable any services from settings.

This add-on supports Firefox 2 – 3.5 and can be install from Mozilla Add-ons.


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