Google Chrome is the most downloaded and used browser out there, and has earned it’s place as being right up there with internet browsers like Opera, FireFox and the like. However, the one thing that it lacks in is the aesthetics department. Many people term the browser as a bit ‘stale’. In some terms, that may be true as well. But Google Chrome does cover up this weakness thanks to the variety of extensions (plugins) on the Chrome web store.
It’s always a tricky situation when you have multiple PC’s at home/work and you need all your data synced across and updated, especially when it comes to internet browsing in general, and Firefox internet browser in particular. There’s a great way through which you can basically sync all your activities including login details, passwords, browser history, bookmarks, configurations and settings, interface customizations, and much more. Say hello to Dropbox!
Google Chrome has a multitude of useful extensions, that makes it such a brilliant web browser to have both on desktop and mobile platforms. Chrome is by far the most user-friendly and a versatile internet browser when it comes to the availability of so many plugins and extensions to choose from. From sticky notes to online radio players, the Chrome Web Store has got an extension for pretty much any task/activity you can imagine. Talk about setting up a customized internet browser for yourself. Today, we’ll be looking at an extension made for keeping track of all the tabs you have opened in Google Chrome over time. The extension is known as TabStats.
Once you install the extension from the Chrome Web Store, the TabStats icon will appear on the top right corner of your browser. If you click on the icon, a small pop-up will show you the number of tabs that are open and running at the moment.
Getting to have the feature of browsing the web on your smartphone is a great way to stay connected with your favourite websites. In addition to having your smartphone as a device for videos, music, text, and phone calls, the ability to browse the web wherever you are (only if you have an Internet package enabled), gives you the freedom to stay connected to the internet and keep up to date with this age of information technology.
Internet browsing and smartphones go hand in hand. It’s impossible to imagine having a smartphone and not having internet browsing on it. In fact, such is it’s importance, that back in 2007 when Steve Jobs was giving out his keynote on the occasion of the first iPhone’s launch, he declared internet browsing one of it’s integral part.
There are many people out there who can’t stand Apple and it’s products (including iPad, iPhone, and the iOS etc), but even the staunchest of critics admit to have a spot spot for the iOS and it’s design interface. This is true in particular, with the release of the iOS 7, which is a major improvement in aesthetics and seamless design.
For those who are using Windows and would like to get a small taste of how an iOS 7 design looks like, there is a plugin that will let your transform your Google Chrome ‘New Tab Page’ in to a fantastic looking iOS 7 theme. The plugin for Google Chrome is called iOS 7 New Tab Page.
Google Chrome browser overtook Firefox to become the most popular browser in early 2013. Most estimates believe it will repeat this feat next year as well, thanks to its smooth browsing and uncluttered interface. There are however one or two extensions that are invaluable in getting the most out of Google Chrome. Without these extensions, Google Chrome feels incomplete; at least for Geeks and Nerds like us. In this article we will look at the five most essential Google Chrome extensions:
From Beta to a fully functioning version, Mozilla Firefox 25 is now available for download at the official website. Being an Internet browser that’s right up there with the best of the them like Google’s Chrome and Opera, Mozilla Firefox 25 support multiple platforms including Windows, OS X, Android and Linux.
You can upgrade your current Mozilla Firefox browser by going to Help -> About Firefox option to start an automatic update, or you can visit Mozilla’s official website to download the latest version. Looking at the latest version, Mozilla has been working hard on introducing new features and improving the previous ones as well. In this article, we’ll take a look what kind of features can you expect from Mozilla Firefox 25.
Want to find out exactly where an image has been shared over the internet? With Google Chrome’s “Search By Image” feature, you can create a search result page that will show you which other pages and websites are using the same image.
This feature can be quite useful if you need to find out the level of popularity a certain image has, and how many sites are using it.
Google Chrome’s “Search By Image” feature was a chrome extension plugin, but with Google Chrome’s Version 30, the same feature has been integrated into the browser. Now users can initiate an image search within their Chrome browsers.