8 New Chrome Extensions Added to Our Best Chrome Extensions Page
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8 New Chrome Extensions Added to Our Best Chrome Extensions Page chrome 300There are so many extensions in the Chrome Web Store that it can be quite overwhelming to pick the right ones. Luckily, we did the work of sifting through the thousands of extensions for you, narrowed it down to just over 100 of the best extensions and came up with our Best Chrome Extensions page.

Over the past months, we’ve read your much appreciated comments and considered all of your suggestions. So we’re pleased to announce that we’ve updated the our Best Chrome Extensions page.

Under Browsing Aids, we added:

  • Instant Translate – this extension provides an in-browser interface that instantly translates highlighted text.
  • Minimalist for Everything – a set of tools that let you re-style Gmail and Google Reader. The number of options are huge and, with some customization, you can signficantly reduce the complexity of these apps.

Google’s official Adsense plug-in, AdSense Publisher Toolbar, was added to the Developer Tools section. It provides quick-and-easy access to information about your website’s performance. You receive not only an earnings summary but also data from your top five custom channels.

A simple and easy to use weather extension called Forecast Fox was included under the Maps and Weather category, offering real-time data from AccuWeather.com that can be accessed from Chrome with just one click.

Send to Kindle, a popular extension used to send documents or web pages to Kindle devices was added to the Mobile section.

Popular reverse image search service Tineye now has an extension that places its functionality right in your browser so that has been added to the Productivity section.

Under Tab Management, we included:

  • Awesome New Tab Page – replaces the normal new tab interface with an attractive, customizable tile-based interface that can provide quick access to both web apps and web pages.
  • Sexy Undo Close Tab – provides an easy interface that can be used to quickly restore closed tabs, saving you the trouble of digging around Chrome’s history.

In addition to these new extensions, we also removed a couple of old and redundant extensions. Head on over to our Best Chrome Extensions page to have a look.

Remember to bookmark our Best Chrome Extensions page and share it with your friends. And if you have any suggestions, do let us know through your comments.

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  1. Tracy Ford
    April 21, 2012 at 7:20 pm

    Thanks. I always like discovering new extensions for Chrome.

  2. Stuart Crawford
    April 21, 2012 at 6:18 pm

    Geez, pushing the anchor link text a little aren't we?

    • Jackson Chung
      April 22, 2012 at 4:08 am

      Not really

  3. RB
    April 20, 2012 at 7:27 pm

    extensions aren't links to their extension page? :)

    • Jackson Chung
      April 21, 2012 at 5:46 am

      What do you mean?