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Change Font of Any Website You Visit with this Chrome Extension

A little fancy stuff today guys. "Font Changer with Google Web Fonts™" is a Chrome extension that lets you change font of any website you visit, with couple of mouse clicks. You can either use a font for all websites you visit, or set up custom fonts for different websites. And the list of fonts […] Read More

Onefeed Puts a RSS & Social Feed Reader on your New Tab Page

Occasionally people (mostly kids, when I visit friends and family) take a look at the list of apps on my phone and then ask me this question. "You don't have any games?" No I don't. I fill up my phone and tab with reading apps. I do no games. I love Flipboard and Feedly. I spend […] Read More

SimpleExtManager Allows You To Create Extensions Groups To Manage Them Easily

There are two types in our long list of installed extensions. Extensions that we use through out browsing sessions, and extensions that we use only during specific times, say, work or research etc. For me, there is Pocket extension that I want to run always in the background. Whenever I find an interesting article that […] Read More

Chrome Story Now On Google Currents

I have created a Google Currents edition of Chrome Story. If you use Google Currents, you can get it here. I have just pushed the rss feed there. There is a lot more to do to make it look good, I think? If you use Google Currents, take a look and let me know what […] Read More

Chrome OS Survives Pwn2Own, But Chrome Fails

Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox all fell to hackers during the annual Pwn2Own event this time. But good news is, Chrome OS survived. U.K.-based security firm MWR Labs cracked Chrome and also gained full control of the operating system, this time Windows 7. It also “demonstrated a full sandbox bypass exploit.” The company explained in a blog post that […] Read More

Grammarly Lite – Smart Spellchecker for Chrome

Grammrly Lite is a Chrome extension that does spell check and much more, so that you will have someone to check your spelling and grammar etc before you post something on your favorite social networking site. Grammarly® Lite is a free spelling and grammar checker to help you write without mistakes on Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, […] Read More

Facebook Nanny Blocks You From Visiting Facebook Unless You Have Notifications

Addicted to Facebook? Distracted? Here is little something for you. Facebook Nanny Blocks You From Visiting Facebook Unless You Have Notifications.  Here's how it works: 1. Whenever you go on Facebook, you only get to spend one minute on the site for each notification that you have. 2. After that time, your access to Facebook is […] Read More

On Google Plus? Circle Me!

Active or addictive? Not sure, whatever you call it, I am spending a lot of time on Google Plus these days. Not just "these days" actually. I am convert from the beta launch days. Yes, I still use Facebook, but I've given up Twitter completely. I recently read a direct message from a friend asking for help, an year […] Read More

Extension Automation Helps You Enable or Disable Chrome Extensions for Each Website

The Chrome extension that I am introducing you to today can be called an extension for extensions. What does it give you? Complete control and customization for your extensions. Here is how the developer describes this extension. "Extension Automation makes it easier to manage other extensions by automatically enabling or disabling them based on the […] Read More

How To Take A Picture Using Chromebook’s Camera

Your Chromebooks has a webcam, but that works only for video calls but not for taking pictures. It works as a webcam, not as a camera. I've got two methods you can try to take pictures using Chromebook's camera. The first method is using the Chrome OS option to change profile picture. Remember, the webcam […] Read More

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