Monday, September 17, 2012

7 Google Chrome Extensions to Make You More Efficient

This summer, Google Chrome became the most popular web browser in the world; beats the Microsoft IE browser, according to StatCounter. 

Chrome’s success is largely due to its speed, security, and flexible address bar. Since September 2008, Chrome released more than 20 versions to improve their products, in order to obtain a good user experience and a good reputation effect. By contrast, Microsoft's spends five years to upgrade from IE6 to IE 7, thanks to the competition with Google now IE10 appears. 


In addition to these core strengths, Chrome's extension of the large cache is another great park. Be honest, sometimes we're not as efficient as we need to be at work. Then you may needs plenty of Chrome extensions to help you to be more focus on work, Here are a few of which I like best.


1.Rapportive:  When you enter an email address into Gmail, it will pull up the recipient's LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter accounts in a sidebar, with recent tweets, photo, work history, and any past email correspondence between the two of you. It suit for people those who are in sales, business development, public relations or other fields.

2. Boomerang: This allows you to schedule emails to be sent at a later time or date. It is extremely useful when you are going to have a vacation. It also allows you to save template replies for quick messages later.  I know we've all sent the same information multiple times to that same person before.

3. Chrome to MobileChrome to Mobile allows you to send webpages on your computer to your Chrome browser on other devices like tablets or smartphones. It’s an easy way to take information from your desktop or laptop and instantly transfer it to a mobile device. ther devices like tablets or smartphones. It’s an easy way to take information from your desktop or laptop and instantly transfer it to a mobile device. smartphones. It’s an easy way to take information from your desktop or laptop and instantly transfer it to a mobile device.


4. Explain and Send Screenshots: Pretty self-explanatory, but how cool is this?  You can take a screenshot and then edit it with text and color to get your point across.  You can also save it as a file or receive a URL to share on Social Media.


5. PanicButton:  It is a great app to have when you need to quickly hide all of your tabs. With one single click, a user can hide all open tabs, and with another click, restore all tabs.


To check out all the other extensions for Chrome, read "7 Chrome Extensions to Make You More Efficient".


In fact, Chrome Browser for Android Gets Security Boost, Patches, and Chrome browser develop rapid in iOS platform. So it seems a good idea for you to use the Chrome browser on your iPhone and other smartphone. 


If you have other Chrome Extensions to recommend, we are very happy if you leave them below.

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