8 Usefull extensions for Google chrome
As we know Google Chrome’s support for third party extensions, already dozens of different extensions has been written . Here is a list of latest extensions for google chrome
1- Web Developer Mini
This cannot be called as a replacement of Firebug plugin in firefox, but certainly, has got some primitive aspects of it. Its a toolstrip extension which shows you the html and css of the page you browsing. Still in development so you can expect more features and changes on it.
Download Web Developer Mini
2- IMacros For Chrome
This is a very popular extension on firefox which has been released for Chrome recently. The developers say “Record and Replay repetitious work”. What is does is automate your regular jobs which you do with your browser such as visiting particulat sites, remembering passwords, filling out forms, etc. The extension is still in testing period and so its advisable not to use it to store any critical passwords as such.
3-Tabs To The Front
As the name suggests, it sets the new tabs to open on the left side as against the default right side. Not really that useful in my opinion but certainly worth taking a look as it brings the tab to the front.
4- AdSweep: Blocks ads from the page.
5- Flashblock: Blocks all Flash content from loading. It then leaves placeholders on the webpage that allows you to view the Flash content.
6- Sticky Notes: Chrome Sticky Notes adds an inbuilt notepad to Chrome which can be launched by clicking on the little notepad icon on the toolstrip. You get the option to save your sticky note for future reference, and you can view it even if you restart your browser.
A simple extension for assigning an arbitrary keyword to an URL. The extension adds a page action to create new bookmarks with keywords assigned to them. The URL of the bookmark can contain ‘%s’ interpreted as a wildcard.
Auto-Reload is an Automatic interval based page reloading.
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