These 7 Google Chrome hacks will change the way you use the internet!
Since it debuted in 2008, Google Chrome has quickly risen to be the most popular web browser in the world, beating out Firefox and Internet Explorer.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t make it better.
There are many extensions and programs that innovative developers have built to make using Chrome more productive and more fun. With them, you can save articles to read anywhere, learn a new language, save money while shopping, and even improve your writing.
And the beauty is that they don’t actually require you to put in any extra work.
These 13 extensions and apps can help you streamline your Chrome browsing and help you do things you didn’t even know were possible. Read on to become a Google Chrome expert:
Honey automatically searches for coupon codes and sales whenever you are checkig out online. Just click the Honey button and it will scour the web and apply coupon codes to your shopping cart. It’s basically just free money.
Make sure you always have something to read with Pocket
Pocket is an easy way to save any article to read later — on your phone, tablet, or computer. If you come across an article — or any website — you don’t have time to read right then, hit the Pocket extension and that article will end up in your Pocket queue. You can access this from any of your devices.
Always keep an eye on your inbox with Google Mail Checker
Google Mail Checker is a no-brainer for anyone who sends and receives email on a daily basis. The extension is wonderful in its simplicity, and shows you how many unread messages are in your inbox without your having to click or tab over and check.
Block all those annoying pop-up ads with AdBlock Plus
Adblock Plus is one of the most popular and well-made ad-blocking extensions
The extension removes annoying things like banner ads and pop-ups from your web experience. That may seem like a slight difference, but visiting some sites that tend to be bogged down, especially with pop-ups, can be liberating. But if you do choose to use it, make sure to “white list” sites you feel don’t have an intrusive ad experience — especially those who make their money on advertising revenue.
AdBlock Plus also works with Safari, Opera, and Firefox if you don’t have Chrome.
Simple Blocker is perfect for when you need to focus
Simple Blocker is great if you’re the type of person who gets easily distracted by Facebook or Twitter. This extension allows you to block access to certain domains for a given period of time (from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., for example). It was designed with students in mind, but is really useful for anyone with a penchant for procrastination.
Chrome Remote Desktop lets you easily access your other computer
Chrome Remote Desktop gives you the magical ability to access other computers from your own and vice versa. Left a file at work? Connect via Remote Desk and grab it. It’s also an easy way to share your screen with someone else if there’s a problem.
Thanks for reading this Blog post and I hope you are able to use some of these apps and extensions. I use them on my Computers.
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