The 7 Best Productivity Chrome Extensions
Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world, according to Internet statistics. Thanks to its performance, clean interface and easy synchronization with mobile devices, this popularity is easy to understand. But Google’s browser also has many useful extensions available on the Chrome Web Store. I have selected the best for you.
Nimbus Screenshot & Screen Video Recorder
Screen Capture FULL Web page or any part. Edit screenshots. Record screencasts – record video from your screen.
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Save to Pocket
Pocket’s Chrome extension is the easiest, fastest way to capture articles, videos, and anything else you find on the web. With one click, the content you’ve collected appears across all your devices in a clean, distraction-free space—there to read when you’re ready, whether at home, at work, or on the go. Pocket becomes a personal, quiet corner of the internet where you can spend quality time with the stories that matters to you.
Unmatched adblock extension against advertising and pop-ups. Blocks ads on Facebook, YouTube and all other websites.
From grammar and spelling to style and tone, Grammarly helps you eliminate writing errors and find the perfect words to express yourself. You’ll get suggestions from Grammarly as you write on Gmail, Twitter, LinkedIn, and nearly everywhere else you find yourself writing. Grammarly is a writing assistant that goes deeper than grammar to offer you comprehensive writing feedback. You can be confident that your writing is not only correct, but clear and concise, too. Be sure to register your account to receive a personalized writing report each week to help you track your progress and identify improvement areas.
A feature-packed, customizable reader extension.
With one click (or less!), you can remove distractions like: – The page’s styling – Ads – Popups – Comments
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The Great Suspender
Make your computer run smoothly by suspending the tabs you aren’t using
A lightweight extension to reduce chrome’s memory footprint. Perfect if you have a lot of tabs open at the same time. Tabs that have not been viewed after a configurable length of time will be automagically suspended in the background, freeing up the memory and CPU being consumed by that tab.
Finally my most loved one! But it suitable only for developers. I can’t imagine my work without it.
99% of front-end developers don’t know about it. So if you have friend programmer he will be very thankfull!
Get all css rules used by the selected DOM and its children.
One click to get all the css applied to the selected web element and its children.