According to Stat Counter, Google Chrome is one of the most used Web browsers all over the world. The browser comes with a clean interface, great performance and it is easy to sync between desktop devices and mobile devices. Today, we’re going to tell you a few things about the best free Google Chrome extensions.
Using ScribeFire extensions you will be able to get all the info of your preset blogs. It also has an editing space, allowing you to create content. It works like a charm with WordPress, TypePad, Blogger and others.
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Zemanta extension is a blogger’s best friend. It is available for multiple operating systems and blogging systems such as: WordPress, TypePad etc. This extension will help you insert images into articles. The images are taken from Flickr, IMDB, Wikipedia etc.
Clearly extension was created by Eyernote it makes sure that the pages you read online are clear and clean. It takes the text from the source and puts it on a customizable, clean page. If you like the article, you can also save it to Eyernote and read it whenever you want.
Diigo Web Collector
Diigo collects information from the internet, allowing you to bookmark and archive everything that you see online. You will get unlimited bookmarks, but you will need to pay 5 dollars per year to get more than 10 outliners or to share on social media websites.
Send to Kindle for Google Chrome
Many people prefer to use Kindle devices for reading (or use the Kindle application on smartphones or tablets). If you find a Web Page that contains a long article and you don’t have the time to read it, you can use this extension to send the article to Kindle, to be able to read it later. You will also see a preview of the text before you send it.
Evernote Web Clipper
Evernote is one of the best ways to store everything that you think is worth seeing later. For example, when you save a screenshot, tag it somehow and you will be able to search it later using the evernote.com website.
Save to Pocket
Save to Pocket extension allows you to read content later that you’ve found online. You will need to setup an account and start saving content using this extension. You can bookmark webpages, applications and sync them with your tablet or smartphone to view it later while you’re offline.
First of all, you will need to setup an account on Readability. After that, install the extension on your Google Chrome browser, then search for articles online and choose to “read now”, “read later” or “Send to Kindle. You can also share the articles via the social networks.
Boomerang for Gmail
Using the Boomerang for Gmail extension, you will be able to write an email and schedule it to send it a few hours later. You can also track replies, but keep in mind that you are allowed a limited number of free messages per month.
Checker Plus for Gmail
If you’ve got multiple email addresses and you’re too tired to check them all, then “Checker Plus for Gmail” is a great Chrome Extension for you. It allows you to use multiple Gmail accounts and it will check for emails with a simple click. The extension will even read the emails to you if you want and in case you’re too tired to write, you can use the Voice Input feature.
Checker Plus for Google Calendar
Using the Cheker Plus for Google Calendar extension, you will say goodbye to Google Calendar. This extension will bring everything you like about Google Calendar directly to your Google Chrome toolbar. The extension allows you to add calendar events, and it also comes with notifications. In addition, it runs in the background while Google Chrome is closed, so you never miss a meeting.
Unshorten URL – unshort.me
There are a lot of people who use shorten URLs. This can be annoying, because you never know what website will load once you click on it. However, by using the Unshorten URL extension, you will be able to see exactly what webpage it will load once you click on the shorten URL.
Save to Google Drive
Google Drive is used by a lot of people, but sometimes it’s pretty hard to put something in there. Well, this extension allows you to save an entire webpage to Google Drive. It also allows you to save documents, images and all kinds of files extensions. If you were struggling to upload stuff on Google Drive, your job has become easier now with the “Save to Google Drive” extension for Google Chrome.
Have you tested out these extensions on your Google Chrome browser? Tell us your thoughts about them!