Top 10 Must Have Google Chrome Extensions





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Published on Sep 7, 2014

Google's Chrome browser is packed full of an incredible amount of extensions that add all sorts of functionality. It's tough to sift through the store to find what's useful though, so let me save you some time with this collection of the best Chrome extensions.

1. WikiWand: http://goo.gl/UNAKh6

Available as an extension for Chrome, Firefox and Safari, WikiWand takes seconds to install and serves up instant access to a very different ‘look and feel’ for Wikipedia each time you click a link to the site.

2. Awesome Screenshot App: http://goo.gl/gqlcXB

Awesome Screenshot offers a huge number of screen capture, annotation, save and share options.Annotated screenshots may also be saved locally, to Google Drive, or temporarily shared at AwesomeScreenshot.com

3. Chromoji: http://goo.gl/uaAaMR

Chromoji adds the Mac OS X style emoji font symbols to Google Chrome for Windows, Linux, and even older version of OS X.

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4. Hover Zoom: http://goo.gl/wpJWzn

Hover over an image and it will magically be expanded to the biggest size possible. It doesn’t work with every image on every website, but it works with most major ones and it’s constantly expanding. Use it with Facebook, Reddit, Instagram, YouTube, and more. No more tedious clicking to enlarge photos.

5. Chrome Remote Desktop: http://goo.gl/qhFdDs

Chrome Remote Desktop is a free remote desktop program from Google that runs as an extension inside the Chrome web browser. With the help of Chrome Remote Desktop you can control your own computer from anywhere or anytime.
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6. Google Mail Checker: http://goo.gl/wIPkmC

Displays the number of unread messages in your Google Mail inbox. You can also click the button to open your inbox.

7. Last Pass: http://goo.gl/hvroyS

Lastpass is a password manager that saves you from the hassle of remembering a zillion different passwords. It can auto-fill fields for you, and can also be used to generate highly-secure passwords when you create new accounts. You’ll never have to remember which variation on your pet’s name you used for your Spotify account.

8. Pocket: http://goo.gl/oGG7yx

See a link that jumps out at you, but don’t have time to check it out at the moment? Get yourself a “read it later” app like Pocket. You’ll need to sign up for the service first, but after you’re all set up, the Pocket extension for Chrome lets you send articles and
webpages to your account for later reading with just one click.

9.Any.do: http://goo.gl/UACLTh

Any.do makes it simple & fun to get things done

10. avast! Online Security: http://goo.gl/czcSGI

Avast Browser Security and Web Reputation Plugin. Protection from AVAST for your Google Chrome browser.

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