Google Wave Notifier: First Google Wave Add-on for Firefox


google_wave_logo1Google Wave has created much buzz around the internet users when Google announced its service. Although only select Wave invitees only can use this service for the time being there is a Firefox add-on already. Google Wave Notifier 0.0.3 Add-on for Firefox is created by Chad Smith which notifies about new wavelets to Wave users.

Google Wave Notifier add-on is very easy to install in your web browser like any other Firefox add-on. When it is installed you can see a little icon at bottom right of your browser. When you have any incoming wavelets it will notify it with a number. When you hover your mouse pointer over the number a window pop’s up showing you the wavelet.


In order to use this add-on you need to provide it with your Wave username and password to get wavelets to your browser. You can also set time to check for updates at regular intervals of time.  It can also show you how many unread messages are there in your account. If you are using Gmail Manager or any other similar add-on to get notified about updates you will also love this add-on. It is still in early experimental stage and is receiving good reviews about its work.


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