The world had come to terms with the slow and steady Internet Explorer when, in 2008, Google Chrome came to revolutionize the browsing space. In less than five years, Google Chrome took over the maximum usage share among web browsers and became the world’s favorite.
While we’ve already bid our goodbyes to Internet Explorer, Chrome boasts 64.91% of usage share as of May 2022.
Google Chrome really is a blessing. It makes our life simpler in n number of ways. While we all use the browser, most of us do not utilize its complete potential. This viral thread contains some really awesome Chrome extensions that you must install right away because you need them, and they’re just so convenient.
3.2 billion people use Chrome as their browser…— Logan | Landing Pages (@LoftedLearning) July 7, 2022
But no one knows all the best extensions Chrome has to offer.
Here are 13 extensions that you shouldn’t live without…
1) ScribeHow— Logan | Landing Pages (@LoftedLearning) July 7, 2022
Scribe allows me to record a video going over something and automatically puts it into a step-by-step guide.
Saves me time when:
– teaching clients
– making SOPshttps://t.co/8e8ryT4boP pic.twitter.com/kLdNXNf7kr
2. Similar Sites
Considering churning content is my profession, I am installing this one right away! One needs good resource bank.
2) Similar Sites— Logan | Landing Pages (@LoftedLearning) July 7, 2022
• find sites that are similar to the one you’re on now
• allows you find better resources
• great for shopping, content, travel, or business and researchhttps://t.co/IjRvTvhVHX pic.twitter.com/NNv1HPP2qu
3. Power Thesaurus
Ahh! And this one as well. Who doesn’t want a great vocabulary reserve? But just don’t overuse big words.
3) Power Thesaurus— Logan | Landing Pages (@LoftedLearning) July 7, 2022
• replace powerless language
• find synonyms to words in your copy or writing
• great at finding attention grabbing words for your headlinehttps://t.co/VAwodh791D pic.twitter.com/wCgOKzwvXA
Snap. Snap. Snap.
5. Headline Studio
A bad headline is literally a deal-breaker when it comes to content. And it’s not easy to make good headlines either. Doesn’t this extension seem like a blessing?
6. Color Zilla
6) Color Zilla— Logan | Landing Pages (@LoftedLearning) July 7, 2022
• Eyedropper – get the color of any pixel on the page
• Advanced Color Picker (similar to Photoshop’s)
• Gradient Generator
• Webpage Color Analyzer – get a color palette for any sitehttps://t.co/LW0IQlatjn pic.twitter.com/19ccx6JvCN
7. Fonts Ninja
I use this already. I can tell you that it sure does make life a lot easier.
9. Mail tracker
10) Mail tracker— Logan | Landing Pages (@LoftedLearning) July 7, 2022
• lookup email addresses of people on the site you’re visiting
• track your email opens right from Gmail
• find authors within the website you’re onhttps://t.co/kn5FBL3fmL pic.twitter.com/dlffyibEYD
11. Responsive Viewer
Short links are just so convenient.
It’s natural to be a little skeptical about installing extensions. You may be wondering whether these are even safe or useful. Well! Some people are finding this thread pretty relevant.
Good to know. I have a few extensions, but some of these are very useful. https://t.co/y2NOHkZOiF— Edip Yüksel (@edipyuksel) July 8, 2022
Like I said!
Grammarly is a BIG help for me! https://t.co/xc8uTtFrw4— Mr. Supersonic (@MrSupersonic__) July 8, 2022
Extremely useful link👍 https://t.co/V1cLk5y2vr— Syed Noor ul Haque (@SNoorulhaque) July 8, 2022
Incredibly helpful stuff!!! https://t.co/fHkGrqXVRT— Priyamsh Madireddy (@goodspeed1989) July 8, 2022
Another one especially useful for working professionals and students is the OneTab extension for Chrome or Microsoft Edge.— Asher Akhter (@AsherAkhter) July 8, 2022
You’ll thank me later. https://t.co/kHq2BvVLbf