If you use Firefox, an add-on called SuperDrag allows you to open links by simply employing the drag and drop function of your mouse.
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The History tool in Google Chrome can be in a mess sometimes. Better History provides a more structured way of searching and viewing recently visited sites.
For those who need to keep track of word count, Word Count Tool for Firefox allows you to easily find out the word/character count of highlighted text in the browser.
If you want to try a faster way to share web content online, you might want to try an extension for Google Chrome called Cortex.
Wired Marker for Firefox allows you to permanently mark text on websites. The highlighted text will still be visible the next time you visit the site.
Sending content from desktop to Android is not as easy as it seems. An extension called Pushbullet for Google Chrome and Firefox makes this task easier.
While sending emails, there are many ways to secure your mail. docTrackr can encrypt and secure your PDF files when sending it through Gmail.
The Download icon in Firefox is not really very useful. If you want your downloads to be more accessible, Download Status Bar might be a good solution.
Keeping track of your emails even when you’re away from your computer is now easier. Checker Plus for Google Chrome allows you to receive desktop and audio notifications for Gmail.
To login to multiple accounts for Gmail, Yahoo, Twitter or Facebook, you can use Multifox to create separate profiles and access different accounts simultaneously.