Google Picks Its Favorite Chrome Extensions of 2022

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Picks Its Favorite Chrome Extensions of 2022

BY Ronil

Published 15 Dec 2022

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allows you to customize its Chrome browser with themes, wallpaper, and extensions, to enhance your browsing experience. Now, the big G announced, in a blog post, its top picks of Chrome extensions of the year. The search giant chose its favorites based on four different categories: productivity, focus, and watching videos, and learning. Let’s take a closer look at each winner of all four categories.

Best Chome Extensions for Productivity, Focus, Gaming, Watching Videos, and Learning

Chrome extensions for productivity: 

  1. Tango: It automatically generates how-to guides. When you walk through any process and record it, the app turns those steps into a how-to guide you can share with others. 
  2. SwiftRead: It is a speed reading app that claims to help you read two to three times faster than you usually would. 
  3. Liner: It is a research tool that highlights, saves, organizes, and gives recommendations for your reading habits.
  4. Compose AI: An AI writing tool that writes your emails or anything you ask for. 
  5. VisBug: It allows designers to make “tweaks to a website’s text and images.”
  6. Check US Visa Slots:  A tool that provides access to check and share the US visa slots availability.

For focus:

  1. Workona Tab Manager: An extension that organizes your work in the browser.
  2. CrXMouse Chrome Gestures: A tool that lets you custom mouse navigation shortcuts.

Chrome extensions for and watching videos: 

  1. RoPro:  A tool aimed at Roblox players to add unique features to the game.
  2. eJOY: A tool that allows you to watch videos and movies with two subtitles in different languages for those learning a new language. 

For learning:

  1. Equatio: It digitizes math, allowing teachers and students of all levels to quickly and easily create math expressions.
  2. MyBib: It “automatically generates bibliographies and citations for you as you browse the web.”

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Via: androidbeat.com

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