If you are like 70% of the Internet users and you prefer to use Google Chrome as a default browser, then you should take a look at some of these quite useful browser toolbars and extensions. To find your extensions, go to the menu on the top right hand corner of the browser tab and pick more tools and extensions. You can then search for extensions, download and install or uninstall, enable or disable them.
Here are some of our top choices:
If you’re a Google Reader RSS reader, the Feedly extension will make your life easier by receiving all your feeds directly in the Google Chrome browser.
This extension will help remind you of your upcoming tasks and to-do-lists. It makes it possible for you to receive the notifications and access your schedule and lists from all your different devices at all times.
If you tend to procrastinate when you are supposed to be working or studying, this neat extension can help you stay away from the websites which tend to suck you in. Stay Focusd will block your Facebook, Twitter or other social media timeline and pages. It can stop you from going to YouTube to watch endless videos of cats and pandas, and so on.
This is a small and simple extension, which though can save you at the end of the day, if something happens to the information you have been writing in your browser, such as filling out endless and complicated online forms. Lazarus automatically backups everything, so even if Chrome crashes, your information will still be there once you restart it.
As the name suggests, this extension allows you to continue using your e-mail offline. You can compose and send e-mails to the outbox. Once you are online again, the mail will all get sent.
This extension will make “pushing” files, photos, text, maps from your computer to any other mobile device easily. It also works the other way around, so you can quickly send any file from your phone to your computer too.
This extension is essential for users who tend to forget their passwords for the various websites and online services. It remembers the passwords for you and shares and synchronises them on all of your devices.
It protects you from all of the annoying ads online, it also protects your online privacy and blocks malware or other unwanted stuff we run into online every day.