My top 5 Google chrome extensions

An extension is a small programs that add new features to your browser and personalize your browsing experience.

(definition from Google help) 

5th place goes to avast! WebRep


Avast! WebRep is a extension that is a splash Screen of Avast that shows you the rating of the website. Green being safe, amber being could be dangerous and red being dangerous  Avast! WebRep can be installed when any version of avast is installed on your computer.

4th place goes to DoNotTrackMe


DoNotTrackMe is a extension that completely  blocks websites from installing cookies on your computer by placing a “wall” between you and  the online data hoarders. By installing DoNotTrackMe the advertiser opt-out cookies are removed from your computer before they are even installed.

To download DoNotTrackMe head over to this link

3rd place goes to Hover Zoom


Hover Zoom is an extension that allows you to zoom into a photo without clicking on the photo itself. Hover Zoom works on almost every website. After installing Hover Zoom, simply place the mouse arrow over the photo to zoom.

To download Hover Zoom head over to this link

2nd place goes to Google Dictionary (by Google)



Google Dictionary (by Google) is an extension that defines a word on any website. After you install Google Dictionary, to use it  simply select a word and press the Google Dictionary (by Google) button (top right) and the definition will appear.

To download Google Dictionary (by Google) head over to this link

1st place goes to Readability


Readability is an extension that works just like reader on ios. when Readability is enabled all sidebars, adverts, links, ect is removed from a page allowing just the text to be displayed thus  giving the user a page that is easy to read.

To download Readability head over to this link


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  • Dustin Fedele

    Thanks for helping out, good information.

  • hotel pyrzyce

    Excellent read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing a little research on that. And he actually bought me lunch since I found it for him smile So let me rephrase that: Thank you for lunch! “We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.” by Epictetus.

    • Nick Harris

      Thanks a lot, glad you and your friend liked it, hope you had a nice lunch as well.

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  • Jann

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