Perfect for poor people (like me) and online shoppers (like me)
I’m not an avid Firefoxer. In fact, I used Safari for years and switched to Chrome the day it came out and I’ve never looked back. So I never have given Firefox a fair shake. Fortunately, being an Internet professional, I often have to use several browsers. And every once in a while, those browsers will include Firefox. And I’ll even concede that Firefox is the best browser, because it is, but Chrome is just so much cleaner. And I have wicked computer OCD. I digress.
Every once in a while, I’ll make a purchase on Firefox from Amazon, NewEgg or some other shop I frequent. And that’s why I’m so glad that I happened upon InvisibleHand, as it automatically checks to make sure you’re getting the best price available on whatever it is you’re trying to buy.
Blam. That’s all you have to know about this app. It’s discrete, appearing only when you’re browsing through an online store. And if it turns something up, it’s only one click away. I’m not making any money by saying that this is the greatest Firefox plugin for the average internet shopper, but they’ve saved me enough that I don’t mind giving them some good press.