10 Google Chrome Extensions You must Have!

10 Google Chrome Extensions You must Have!


main-qimg-0d08ea12be8154ec0c9c897285f15308  1. Quora-

Keep up to date with the newest stories with the official Quora. Chrome  extension. This lightweight Chrome extension adds an unobtrusive   badge  to your browser, letting you know when you’ve received notifications on  Quora. Now you can be one click away from a Quora fix everywhere you go online (Brown plans on eventually showing you full notifications while you browse).


2. Pin it button-

The Pin It button is the best way for your business to get discovered on Pinterest. When you add the Pin It button to your site’s pages, you let your customers save things they like onto Pinterest, which means even more people can find it. Save creative ideas from around the web with the official Pinterest browser button for Chrome. Just click the Pinterest button next time you find something interesting that you want to save for later. Collect recipes from your favorite food blogs, articles you want to read later, ideas for your home and more! Links get saved as visual bookmarks, which are way easier to recognize and organize than the same old text bookmarks your browser gives you.



3. Save the trees (Print and Screenshot)-

Print of only what matters! Make quick selections on a page and print. Print/take screenshot of only what matters. Make quick selections on a page and print or take screenshot of only relevant sections of a web page. Save ink and paper (and some trees indeed. Share the screenshots on Facebook.

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4. Post to Tumblr-

 Post to Tumblr right from your browser toolbar. Find something cool while you’re browsing other sites? Just hit the browser extension and effortlessly post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos to your blog. If you’re familiar with our Bookmarklet, you already know how to use the browser extension.


5. Cortex-

Cortex is the fastest way to share and collect online. Just hold down your mouse button and select where to share!
You can cortex anything- Photos, Videos, New, Blogs, Graphics, Links. Cortex Networks- Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr,  Backplane,  Gmail, Instapaper,  Posterous,  Pocket, Share All.


6. Musix- Musix is a new Chrome extension allow you in just one click to listen for free music, Now you can easily listen to albums and songs of your favorites artists. Keep up to 20,000 of your favorite songs on Google Play. Listen on the web or any compatible Android phone or tablet, even when you’re not connected. All for free.

unnamed (2)7.  Internet Speed tracker- 

This extension configures your New Tab page to InternetSpeedTracker to provide these features. Test your Internet speed –  from your PC. Click “Free” to install InternetSpeedTracker.  Test upload speeds and download speeds. Get  tips on how to boost connectivity and more – all from one  & convenient spot!


8. News Factory- 

A unique and time-saving way to read websites and social news in one place, using your browsing history. You can do stuffs like- Browsing history scan / preferred sites detection ,  Automatic retrieval / update of your Google Reader feeds , Add new sites on the fly while you read them, in one click! , Browser icon badge counter showing number of new posts , Real-time notifications on new post publications , Posts titles with image previews , Notifications and options preferences .
9. Dropbox-
 Dropbox lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily.Dropbox is the place for your photos, docs, videos, and other files. Files you keep in Dropbox are safely backed up and you can get to them from all your devices. You can also share files with friends or create shared folders to work on projects with your team.
10. Caret– Caret is a graphical text editor modeled on Sublime Text, running completely offline (no Internet connection required) and capable of opening and saving files anywhere on your hard drive. The goal of Caret is to provide a missing portion of the Chrome OS developer story: serious programmer tooling without needing to install a second OS and learn Vim.
Current features: total offline support, no network connection required , tabbed editing , syntax highlighting for many languages, and lots of color themes. Hackable settings files in JSON format , remembers/restores open tabs (requires Chrome 31 for full support) , open files directly from the Chrome OS file manager, Project view with folder navigation and project, specific settings files (requires Chrome 31),  Sublime-compatible keymappings, including multiple cursors and selections, Command palette/smart “go to” functionality
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