How many times have you wanted to know more about a Web image, but didn’t know where to find the information? Have you tried using Google Chrome’s “inspect element” feature, but found yourself confused? Here is an easier way to do that.
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Use a Chrome extension to display the page title tag at the bottom of any Web page, so that you can see the full title.
You don’t need complicated software to read through text. With SpeakIt, you can easily enable the text-to-speech function in your Chrome browser and have it speak to you.
Filtering noise in Twitter can be a troublesome chores. Slipstream allows you to hide irrelevant tweets in Twitter according to a given parameter, so you can have a Twitter timeline worth reading.
A lot of web extensions for Google Chrome and Firefox are added daily, it’s hard to determine which one is really worth a try. With this roundup, we aim to make your life easier by giving you only the best new web tools that pass the MTE standards. Here are this week’s picks.
Come across an interesting article on the Web and you are keen to read it on your Kindle? Here is how you can easily push the web page to your Kindle with a simple Chrome extension.
If you work from more than one computer, then you probably have a system in place for syncing data between them. TabCloud records and saves your Google Chrome open tabs in real time so you can view them at a later time or on another device. Here’s how it works.
In the quest to become the fastest browser, Google Chrome skipped many features that would slow down its performance. Chrome Toolbox is an extension that you can install to restore these features. Check it out here!
Web applications allow us to work anywhere we want. It gets rid of the need to install software, and is readily available from a browser. If you do your work online using web apps, chances are you have most of them bookmarked for easy access. Wouldn’t it be great if you can see all your web apps in one place?
Power Inbox is a feature-rich extension for both FireFox and Google Chrome that allows for multiple interactive functions from within the email account. However, its best and useful feature is being able to reply, like or comment on any email notifications from sites like Facebook and Twitter. Here’s how it works: