Google Chrome Team’s Favorite Extensions List
Google Chrome is our official web browser besides the most popular modern browser Firefox. Recently Senior Vice President & Product Management Jonathan Rosenberg has posted a list of Chrome team’s favorite extensions that consists 19 extensions totally for almost all possible scenarios on the Official Google Blog.
- Opinion Cloud: Summarizes comments on YouTube videos and Flickr photos to provide an overview of the crowd’s overall opinion.
- Google Voice: All sorts of helpful Voice features directly from the browser. See how many messages you have, initiate calls and texts, or call numbers on a site by clicking on them.
- AutoPager: Automatically loads the next page of a site. You can just scroll down instead of having to click to the next page.
- Turn Off the Lights: Fades the page to improve the video-watching experience.
- Google Dictionary: Double-click any word to see its definition, or click on the icon in the address bar to look up any word.
- After the Deadline: Checks spelling, style, and grammar on your emails, blog, tweets, etc.
- Invisible Hand: Does a quick price check and lets you know if the product you are looking at is available at a lower price elsewhere.
- Secbrowsing: Checks that your plug-ins (e.g. Java, Flash) are up to date.
- TinEye Reverse Image Search: Image search utility to find exact matches (including cropped, edited, or re-sized images).
- Slideshow: Turns photo sites such as Flickr, Picasa, Facebook, and Google Images into slideshows.
- Google Docs/PDF Viewer: Automatically previews pdfs, powerpoint presentations, and other documents in Google Docs Viewer.
- Readability: Reformat the page into a single column of text.
- Chromed Bird: A nice Twitter viewing extension.
- Feedsquares: Cool way of viewing your feeds via Google Reader.
- ScribeFire: Full-featured blog editor that lets you easily post to any of your blogs.
- Note Anywhere: Digital post-it notes that can be pasted and saved on any webpage.
- Instant Messaging Notifier: IM on multiple clients.
- Remember the Milk: The popular to-do app.
- Extension.fm: Turns the web into a music library.
If i have have to choose one favorite Chrome extension from the list above, Google Dictionary is my choice definitely since it’s a life saver allowing you check any word’s definitions quickly and easily. Which of the above extensions do you like? Will you remind the Chrome team that any other good extensions they should include into the list?
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