Google Extensions – First of all what are Google Extensions? Google Extensions are nothing but additional software that customizes the browsing experience. They enable you to monitor the user’s needs and preferences. An extension general fulfills an only single purpose such as ad blockers or Gmail checker.
They are very easy to download although you need to know that they are available only for the desktop version chrome. Here are a few steps on how to download Google Extensions:
Step 1.) Open Google Chrome.
Step 2.) Go to the Google Chrome Store (https://chrome.google.com/webstore).
Step 3.) Search or Scroll through the page check which extension you want.
Step 4.) Click on add extension.
And your extension is installed. You can check on Google Extension Store for extensions for different purposes those which run offline, those which are free, for Android Apps, or those which are by Google.
You can also manage extensions you downloaded go to settings to extensions there you can see a list of those extensions you downloaded. You can click details to get information about them or you can uninstall those you no longer want.
Here’s a list of some of the best Google Extensions.
1.) Amazon Assistant.
Assistant is Amazon’s official product to help you discover products available on Amazon and price compare as you shop across the web. You can now discover new offers will browsing on the web. It keeps a check with the upcoming sales and offers on products you have been browsing.
2.) Google Art and Culture
Google Art And Culture turn your google tab into an art gallery. It consists of masterpieces of some world-class artists. It brings you new artwork every day and if you want you can change it a new artwork.
AdBlocker is a free open source ad blocker that makes much of the fact that it’s obligated to no corporate sponsors or marketers.
Pablo is the simplest way to create beautiful images that fit every social network perfectly. You can style your image, add text, change font and color, change the photos to blur, black and white, and add secondary lines to the text, etc. Pablo is created by Buffer. Buffer is the best way to share great content with Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn from anywhere on the web, with just one click.
Wikiwand transforms Wikipedia’s boring, usable interface into a visual punch. Great modern typography, easy article narration, and audio playback, multi-language search with thumbnails, Beautiful, immersive cover photos, conveniently fixed table-of-contents, and many more features that you must check out.