Undoubtedly Google Chrome is one of the finest browser to surf the web! Chrome is the most used browser on the web, it’s fast, secure and great! If you want to boost your good experience with Chrome then you should follow this article “10 Must Have Chrome Extensions!”
A session manager that allows you to save open tabs and restore them later, this extension can potentially free up a great amount of memory and clear up clutter if you have a tendency to keep a million tabs open at a point of time. Session Buddy also helps restore tabs if your system or browser crashes.
If you feel the need to zap out clutter from webpages so you can have a better reading view, Readability is a great extension to have in your arsenal. The app promises to ‘provide a better way to read online, turning any web page into a comfortable reading view right in your web browser’. Moreover, you have a few extra features such as being able to conﬁgure font color and size, and being able to save content for reading later.
Use this extension to save articles, videos, recipes and webpages and other links for later. Makes for one convenient extension, because any content saved goes to one place, which means you can view it any time, from any device. For people on the go, this is a superb extension because you can access all previously saved content ofﬂine.
A lifesaver for those prone to wasting hours on end surﬁng unnecessary websites, StayFocusd works by imposing a time limit on the time spent on these websites. Once your allotted time has been used up, the sites will be inaccessible for the rest of the day. “It is highly conﬁgurable, allowing you to block or allow entire sites, speciﬁc sub-domains, speciﬁc paths, speciﬁc pages, even speciﬁc in-page content”, say the creators of this genius extension.
For most web developers, this extension comes as a gift from the heavens. If you’ve ever wanted to pinpoint a color on a web-page for one of your own personal projects, with ColorZilla you can get a color reading straight from your browser. ColorZilla also provides color palettes for any site.
Evernote web clipper
The Evernote Web Clipper sends web pages to Evernote with the app’s Web Clipper. Websites, articles and notes can be read later with the save button. You can even highlight text from any website or article, and highlight text to draw attention.
According to the creators of this extension, “MailTrack.io is an email tracking app that lets you know if the messages you send have been read or not.” At the moment, it works only with Gmail and Google Apps for Work. The extension allows you to see which messages have been read, how long ago, how many times and which device they were opened on.
A great way to discover new material and diversify what you view on the web, allow StumbleUpon to recommend content to you, based on your interests and preferences. Makes for a great extension if you want to get as much juice as you can from the interwebs.
One of the most popular adblockers on the Chrome web store, AdBlock Plus blocks ALL annoying ads, malware and tracking, and also supports websites by not blocking unobtrusive ads by default (conﬁgurable). A win-win situation.
Get a helping hand with your writing from Grammarly, a dictionary plug in that claims to ﬁnd and correct up to 10 times more mistakes than a normal word processor. The Grammarly extension vets your spellings and grammar on nearly any website which involves writing, ensuring a mistake free write up.
Hope these apps & Google Chrome extensions will help you to get the most out of this cool browser! Do you use any other useful Extension? Please share it with us using the comment box below, we will add it to our list in upcoming update 🙂