Google Chrome extensions are one of the best and easy way to manage Google chrome as per your need. There are plenty of Google Chrome addon are available on the Google chrome store, with the help of these chrome extension you can enhance your web surfing experience, add functionality, and more. So today we come with the list of 17 Best Google Chrome Extensions, all these Chrome extension are free to use and help you to add more productivity on your Chrome browser.
Please have a look of these best chrome extension list and leave a comment if you know any other useful chrome extension we are missing here.
List of 17 Best Google Chrome Extensions
1. Google Mail Checker
Google Mail Checker is one of the best Chrome Extension. It adds a button to the Chrome toolbar, which shows you the number of unread emails. Clicking on it opens up Gmail in a new tab and that’s it.
2. Google Translate
This one is an absolute must-have chrome extension, built by the Google Translate team. It allows you to translate the web page into your native language. Click the translate button from the chrome toolbar and, in a few seconds, you can see the translated page. If it fails to automatically detect the language, you can click on the button in the toolbar and optionally select the language in which you want the translation.
Another most popular Chrome extension at the moment. It was available for both Chrome and Firefox. The main motive of the extension is schedule Gmail emails for the future. With this addon you can write an email now and schedule it for later.
4. FastestChrome – Browse Faster
As the name say, the extension allows you to auto-load next pages, search faster, and more. Endless Pages automatically loads the next page just before you reach the end so you don’t have to click “Next” or wait.
5. FB Photo Zoom
One of the best Chrome Extension to view photos on Facebook. With help of this you can see the larger images of photo albums, profile photos of Facebook.
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I love LastPass and Xmarks. I was so happy to see that both of those are available for Chrome. Ad blocking is also great. The major missing Chrome extension in my view is something akin to Firefox’s Tab Mix Plus. If I could get something like that, I’d probably switch to Chrome permanently. As it stands though, I have Firefox so finely tuned with Tab Mix Plus that I will stick with Firefox until better tab controls are available in Chrome.
Thank you for sharing this info.
Since the post is more than 6 months have passed since the post was made are there any other extensions that you would like to add to the list.
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