Today one of the fastest, most versatile and most popular browser is Google Chrome and it is no wonder when you think about the huge amount of resources that Google has invested into it.
But most of its versatility comes from its support for extensions, this allows users to plug-in some add-ons that give the browser extra features and abilities. Google Chrome has thousands of extensions available in the Extension section of the Chrome Web Store.
In this article we have put together a list of the most useful extensions available on the market, some of these will be a life-changer.
Jot is a simple, yet useful extension that allows you to take notes just by opening new tabs. It is simple to use and could come in handy anytime, also has big fonts and nice background pictures.
PanicButton is a great extension if you want to hide your internet browsing when you are at work and someone passes by. It shows a big red button in the corner of the screen, the moment you press it all your active tabs are closed and saved as bookmarks. After that the button turns green and shows you how many tabs you have active at that time, press it again and all your tabs are restored and you can even add a password to it, in case someone else tries to access it.
Coupons at Checkout is a great extension if you are doing your shopping online. Basically this extension looks for codes for discounts on the site you are shopping. All you have to do is to leave the Coupon Code box empty and it will look on the web to see if there is a code available for that site. It is a good way to save some money.
PriceZombie is another top extension for online shopping. It shows you the entire price history of a product, certain trends in sales and compares prices giving you the chance to buy an item as cheap as possible. Also, it supports all the main retailers available online.
Search by Image (by Google) does exactly what its name says. It allows you too search on Google by using an image on the web, this way you can find out more about what is in that picture, who uploaded it and find similar pictures. All you have to do is to right-click on an image and select “Search Google with this image.”