There are many productivity apps that can help us become more efficient. The following apps make use of Google services and are particularly handy as Chrome apps. Check them out.
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Other than videos, have you also seen plenty of spam comments in YouTube? Here is a good way to hide the comments in Chrome and Firefox.
Google Chrome comes with a nifty tool that allows you to test how your website render in various mobile device. Here is how you can use the device mode in Chrome.
If you use Gmail in Google Chrome, here’s a handy extension that allows you to see your Google Tasks along with your Gmail inbox.
The newly released WhatsApp Web allows you to access WhatsApp in Chrome browser. Here is how you can set it up in your desktop.
If you are a Youtube enthusiasts, as well as a Chrome user, here are some of the best Chrome extensions for YouTube to improve your video watching experience.
If you’re a user of Google Keep and have accumulated a notable number of notes and lists, you can now add categories to your note with this Chrome extension.
Online collaboration tools are mostly used for discussion and brainstorming. What if you want bookmarking to be the collaboration tool? Here’s the fix.
Google introduced a “User Manager” feature which is capable of locking the Chrome browser at request. Here’s how you can password protect Chrome browser.
uSelect for Chrome lets you select multiple links and provides you the option to either open the links or download them.
Have you ever used an Android app and find that it could be useful for your desktop as well? Here’s how you can run Android apps in Chrome browser.
With the rise of digital tools, an useful tool called Expensify can helps you consolidate and manage web receipts in one place. Let’s check it out.
Google recently released Bookmark Manager that changes the way you handle bookmarks. Here’s how you can make your way around the interface.
Most browsers don’t come with a “Find and Replace Text” function. If you need it, here’s how you can add the find and replace feature in Chrome and Firefox.
Chromebook doesn’t come with a lot of memory, but here’s a quick fix. You can create swap to solve the memory issue. Here’s how it is done.
Facebook added the sticker feature in its comments section. For those who dislike it, you can disable stickers in Facebook comments in Chrome and Firefox.
Tab Resize is a Chrome extension that allows you to easily split the screen layout to display multiple tabs in one tiled view. Let’s check out how it works.
Firefox comes with a Quick Find feature that allows you to search for text when you start typing. Here is how you can get the same feature in Google Chrome.
If you like to share tidbits of quotes, and other useful information from blog posts or websites, Micro Sharing for Chrome will make this task easier for you.
There are many ways to access and manage your Twitter account. For Chrome users, you can easily manage Twitter in Chrome with SilverBird.