The Google Chrome Web Store has an enormous gallery of apps to help improve your productivity during the day. Here’s a list of 10 to get you started.
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Extension Automation is a useful extension for Google Chrome that allows users to enable/disable particular extension for specific websites in few simple clicks.
Instagram for Chrome is a handy extension that lets you browse and interact with Instagram. You can check out photos, comment on them and more.
Deleting messages on Facebook is an annoying and tedious process. It takes several steps, and there is no way to delete multiple messages at a time. Unless, you install an extension that handles all of the deletion for you. This particular extension works in Google Chrome.
Ever wish you could customize most of the components on YouTube and other video sites? The YouTube Options extension for Chrome, lets you disable advertisements, change screen resolutions, disable comments and a lot more.
Trying to save Gmail Attachments to Google Drive can be time consuming. Good news for you, I have a groovy solution!
After the Deadline for Google Chrome is a handy extension available for Google Chrome and Firefox that checks for grammar and spelling errors.
Xmarks is a handy extension to keep all your bookmarks in Sync across multiple browsers and computers. Here’s a screenshot tour and review of this nifty product.
Are you not a fan of Chrome’s built-in PDF viewer? Or perhaps you don’t like the idea of Adobe Flash being bundled with the browser. You don’t have to live with these built-in plugins, you can disable them. Here’s how.
Do you want to put your favorite videos on auto-repeat? Or perhaps you just want to repeat a portion a song. Either way, the Auto Replay extension for Google Chrome adds a function button just below the video player. For a taste of sweet irony, load up Iyaz Replay and literally get it “stuck on [...]
A few weeks back, Google Software Engineer Corey Goldfeder posted a blog about a groovy Apps Script that he had put together: Gmail Snooze. Essentially, what this does is allow you to “snooze” a conversation and have it return to your inbox within a day or two or three or four or five. This is [...]
Previously we took a look at customizing your Chrome browser using some of the pre-made themes provided by Google and their 3rd party artists. This time, we’ll look at how to make your own custom theme for Google Chrome. Normally, it’s a complicated process that only a veteran web graphic designer could pull off. But, [...]
“An extension for Dropbox?!” Being a huge fan of Dropbox, I was riddled with excitement when I discovered that there was a working Chrome extension for it. However, after checking it out, this review is going to be a lot more critical than I had initially planned. The extension is useful, but really only if [...]
Google Chrome extensions are popping up faster than you can say “there’s an app for that.” As a result, the Google Security team simply can’t keep up with inspecting every single one of them. There are a lot of great, useful extensions for Chrome, but there are also some bad apples in the bunch that [...]