Google: Use Chrome like a pro
We’re proud of the Chrome browser and the great extensions that its developer community has created, and we hope you enjoy them! They can all be found at chrome.google.com/extensions.
- 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: 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.
Posted by Jonathan Rosenberg