Memefy This helps you instantly create any kind of memes from any image on a website.
MailTag lets you know when and how many times your Gmail emails are being open and read.
If you often need to make notes on PDFs and webpages, Hypothesis will help you easily annotate these things in Chrome.
If you keep a number of tabs open in your browser, you can now wrap them together using wrapper for Chrome.
Is the website you’re reading too long and it doesn’t have a button that takes you to the top? Scroll To Top will help you get to top.
Page Ruler helps you get pixel dimensions and positioning of various elements on a webpage.
If you don’t like Spotify links opening in Spotify, then Playify can help you open those links in other streaming services.
NooBox allows you to do reverse image searches with multiple search engines.
Cookie AutoDelete automatically deletes cookies when a tab is closed to prevent you from being tracked.
Universal Word will translate Youtube subtitle for you in your browser.
Not sure of the name of that font you just liked? Let WhatFont help you find out the name of the font.
Do you want to bring someone’s attention to a specific text in an article? Liner will help you highlight the text so that user sees it first.
If you have issues reading content on websites, Mata will enable night mode on the websites so it is easier to read.
If you come across a term you wish to search or look up in the dictionary, the Inline Search & Lookup extension can help you do that without you having to leave your current webpage in your browser.
If you believe your computer is being used to mine coins when you visit certain links, install the NoCoin extension in your browser and it will block the mining of coins in your browsing sessions.
If you often email links to yourself for reading at a later time, the fwrdto.me extension will make your job much easier by letting you send links to your inbox with a single click.
If you’ve multiple accounts on a website that you access everyday, the Profile Cookie Switcher can help you avoid the hassle of logging-out from one account and then logging-in to another account with its cookie switching feature.
iPhone X introduced a notch on its screen sides and the YouTube Notch Mode brings the same notch experience for YouTube in your Chrome browser.
If you’re a big fan of the Comic Sans MS font, then this Chrome extension will help you turn fonts on all the websites you visit to Comic Sans MS.
If you come across a font or text that the person you’re sending it to won’t be able to view, let BishBashBosh converts that text into a screenshot that is universally viewable.
The Sitemod extension for Google Chrome now lets you modify a website and gives you a link for the modified site so you can share it to your clients.
New versions of Chrome don’t let you go back with the backspace key. The Go Back With Backspace is an extension that brings this functionality to the browser so that you can go to the previous page using the backspace button in your browser.
Calling an Uber is now much easier than ever with UberChrome – a Chrome extension that lets you quickly request an Uber ride without having you to quit your browser.
Email tracking is common and the Ugly Email extension helps you block these tracking pixels and read receipts so that the emails you open in your inbox cannot be tracked by anyone.
When the open tabs use a lot of resources in Chrome, The Great Suspender helps suspend tabs to free up memory space so as to speed up your Chrome experience.
Stories look cool in the Instagram app and the Chrome IG Story extension brings the same Instagram Stories experience to your browser so that you can view and download the stories you want.
The CookiesOK extension for your browser allows you to quickly click away the cookie prompt you get when you visit a website.
Freezetab changes the way you save websites for later viewing as it lets you save your browser tabs so that they are easily accessible to you when you want them.
Working with multiple tabs in a browser is sometimes difficult, but the Go to Tab extension is something that makes it easier for you to view and manage multiple tabs in the Chrome browser.
If you have an image and you wish to see where it appears on the web, TinEye can help you find that information by letting you perform reverse image searches on its platform from your browser.
Have you ever wondered what technologies your favorite websites use? Let Whatruns help you find out the technologies used on the websites you visit with a single click.
High Contrast extension for Chrome lets you invert the color schemes of the webpages you visit in your browser so you can easily read the text.
If you often watch YouTube videos in a loop by manually replaying the video, then Looper for YouTube can be helpful to you as it automatically loops the video for you in your browser.
You can make use of Turn Off the Lights Chrome extension to make everything on your screen darker so you can focus and enjoy watching the video you want.
Permanent clipboard puts an end to the hassle of going back and forth to find your important information that you often input on various websites.
uBlock Origin extension for your browser lets you filter the content you see and even block ads that you find annoying in most popular browsers on your machine.
It’s highly recommended to use the HTTPS versions of websites and the HTTPS Everywhere extension ensures your connection is always secure with the websites you visit.
The Drag extension for Google Chrome helps you ease your email tasks by allowing you to transform your Gmail emails into organized lists just like Trello but for Gmail.
Full Page Screen Capture lets you capture screenshots of websites in full size on Chrome.