What are your favourite Chrome extensions?

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I personally use:
- LastPass for password management
- Grammarly for revising my writing
- Pocket to save articles to read later (I abuse it, lol)
- The Great Suspender for tab management as I am one of those people that open 150 tabs at the same time for no apparent reason
- Momentum, just because I like to open at awesome places when I open a new tab

I tried a lot of extensions over the years but these are the ones that have remained.

What are your favorite extensions?
#chrome #extensions #favourite
  • Profile picture of the author ContentPro22
    Those are some really good ones (grammarly and great suspender are awesome!). People underestimate how much more efficient you can become with the right extensions

    Check out this list from Authority Hacker: The 33 Best Chrome Extensions For Online Marketers

    It's got some great ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author conradomahy524
    I like using iMacros plugin. Works in FireFox too
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    I use scriptblock to protect my computer when surfing.
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  • Profile picture of the author JonnyGuru
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    I prefer FireFox- it has the Best features. I tried all other browsers and found them wanting in one area or other. FF was the Best.
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  • Profile picture of the author brianapatt
    Here's one I have installed now which I like...

    Search by Image (by Google) 1.5.1
    This extension allows you to initiate a Google search using any image on the web. By the Google Images team.
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  • Profile picture of the author james flynn
    Originally Posted by francisyaya View Post

    I personally use:
    - LastPass for password management
    - Grammarly for revising my writing
    - Pocket to save articles to read later (I abuse it, lol)
    - The Great Suspender for tab management as I am one of those people that open 150 tabs at the same time for no apparent reason
    - Momentum, just because I like to open at awesome places when I open a new tab

    I tried a lot of extensions over the years but these are the ones that have remained.

    What are your favorite extensions?
    Personally, I love grammarly and Ad Block plus.

    James
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  • Profile picture of the author hrishivardhan
    I am using following Extension for very longtime :

    1) SEO Quack
    2) MOZ Bar
    3) Lastpass
    4) Grammarly

    They are really helping me for my daily works.
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  • Profile picture of the author chippen2188
    1. Imagus
    Awesome extension. With it, I can just hover my mouse over a picture and I will see the original size of the picture. Or if someone post a link to a picture, I can just hover my mouse over the link and see the picture, no need to click it. Also works for videos.
    2. Grammarly
    For someone who isn't native English, this extension helps me with the English language. It scan every word I write and then tell me if something is wrong. Perfect for blog posts
    3. Lastpass
    Using Lastpass to save my passwords. Also, since it can come up with passwords, I don't have to use my regular ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author ebiz01
    I know you will all agree with me when i say that AdBlock is best extension in history lol
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  • Profile picture of the author donnysan
    Evernote Web Clipper

    It lets you save articles, pages, or just sections of a page to your notes so you don’t have copy anything or write anything down.
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  • Profile picture of the author aizaku
    i use linkclump a lot for PPV:

    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...kobnkbkmelfefj

    "Linkclump gives you the ability to drag a selection box around links using your mouse to quickly open as new tabs, open in new window, save as bookmarks, or copy to clipboard. "

    -Ike Paz
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  • Profile picture of the author Azlan.MY
    Lastpass hands down. Now it is even better security with multi factor authentication. Also, I can sync my password with Lastpass for Android app. Others is Adblock and Google Translate.
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  • Profile picture of the author NateOlsen
    Everyone loves Adblock Plus, LastPass but a few I haven't seen anyone else mention is Totally Awesome Screenshot and Open Multiple URLS which is awesome when you have a list of things to do you can open as many URLS at once instead of opening the tabs and pasting them in one at a time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jesus Perez
    This Google Analytics plugin lets you see which links are being clicked on your page. It almost works like a Heatmap plugin. Very insightful!!

    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...pkcihcoh?hl=en
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  • Profile picture of the author SEO Pearl
    Alexa
    Webrank SEO
    Grammarly
    These are my favourites.
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  • Profile picture of the author seogurus
    I just looked at my list of current Chrome plugins and see Google docs, Google docs offline, Google Sheets and Google slides.

    Great list of extensions in this thread so far. I'll probably add most of the ones mentioned here to test them out and see if I like them.
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  • Profile picture of the author dhoni752
    I like grammarly and full screen capture of Google chrome extension
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  • Profile picture of the author hynds
    For me, they're LastPass, Greate Suspend and SimilarWeb. These plugins I use daily for my work.
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  • Profile picture of the author aabonline
    I'm quitting Chrome due to their latest update that ridiculously disables the Backspace key working as a Back button. I've used Backspace as back for probably 20 years and to suddenly have this disabled is more than enough to make me quit Chrome forever.

    Their reasoning is also absurd, claiming that if you're in a form and hit Backspace you'll loose your text, that's false because if you're in a form the Backspace key acts as Backspace, it only does "Back" when you're not in a form.

    I know they created an extension to add this feature back, but the extension requires giving permission to view and modify all my information - I don't think so, so goodbye forever Google Chrome.
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  • Profile picture of the author KommerceAgency
    AdBlock and GoodWordGuide[DOT]com: Instant Dictionary.
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  • Profile picture of the author florahelenyi
    I don't know where to start

    AdBlock and ImTranslator is the first on my list, but my favoruite is Honey which is a coupon site for almost everywhere (Godaddy, Ebay, Udemy etc.) and it automatically ads all the coupons that's out there, so Honey is definitely the best!
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Roberts
    Scraper - really useful for grabbing information off webpages.
    iMacros for hundreds of web automation tasks
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  • Profile picture of the author jamalexa2819
    I like the Amazon S3 Browser to access and upload to my S3 accounts.
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  • Profile picture of the author DenEdBiz
    There seems to be quite the buzz right now going for iMacros. From what I have been reading on Wikipedia, there might be a lot of potential for time savings for IM'ers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Valueuk
    I love Grammarly too and I'm leaning towards investing in the Premium version because I'm thinking it's almost a "must have" if you wish to create lots of professional blog posts and articles. It is a considerable investment though. That said I'm going to trial it for a month to see how much I use it.

    I suspect I may find it an invaluable tool and eventually will have to go for the discount annual option. I always considered myself to be pretty decent at creative writing and English usage but when I ran my last blog post through the Grammarly check it found that there were 19 issues with my draft! I guess it's subscribe or back to school for me!
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  • Profile picture of the author jlsh007
    I use Print Friendly for printing anything from the web. It's better than printing straight from the page where you get a lot of garbage. You can delete stuff you don’t want before printing or save to pdf.
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  • Profile picture of the author jeffronald19
    Lastpass: popular for managing passwords
    Seo Quake: finding out ranking
    Adblock plus: can block ads, pop-ups
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  • My fav. extensions for chrome include:
    1]SEOquake
    2]SEO & Website Analysis by WooRank
    3]AdBlock
    4]AdBlock Plus
    5]Bookmark Manager
    6]Switcher aka Extensions Manager
    7]Ghostery
    8]Hotspot Shield VPN Proxy
    9]LastPass Password Manager
    10]Leoh New Tab Page
    11]The Great Suspender
    12]Turn Off the Lights
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  • Profile picture of the author celcumplit
    SEOquake
    Yandex Wordstat Assistant
    Yandex TYC + Google PR indicator
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  • Profile picture of the author Rajbir1994
    -Pablo from Buffer which helps easily create beautiful images for social media
    -Rapportive helps me view linkedIn profiles in my gmail
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexis Gil
    Of course I like Grammarly and the second one is Evernote Web Clipper.
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    1. Adblock plus
    2. Grammarly
    3. Awesome Screenshot
    4. Buyhatke
    5. Mysmartprice
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  • Profile picture of the author pause2lead
    I love Awesome Screenshot. It is a screen capture & image annotation tool.
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    My fave are s Email Hunter, What Font, and Google Analytics URL Builder
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  • Profile picture of the author Cesar Sampaio
    SEO Quake is the only one I can't stop using.
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