If you are a google chrome fan, you might have heard people making fun of your for praising google chrome because it had no extensions support. Now, you can laugh back at them. Extensions will be officially available to everyone very soon. What makes me think so ? Read on ..
Chrome team has been testing and developing plugins or extensions for a long time now. But even on the developer version of Google chrome it required you to add a line of code to the command line for launching chrome. This is no longer required. That means, Extensions support is turned on by default on all google chrome dev versions now.
What this means, to me
So, for someone like me, using google chrome dev version, the browser isÂ extensionÂ read, and there is a good documentation on how to create extensions, if I want to code my own thing. There is only one thing missing, an official extensions gallery, like they have for themes. We can expect this too, very soon.
What this means, to you
If you are using the stable version of Google chrome, Â this means, you will have all theÂ awesomenessÂ of google chrome extensions and themes very soon, probably on your next update. We have reasons to believe that this will happen along with the stable releases for Mac and Linux. So, there is a big day ahead, when all these things are rolled out, together …
Wait for a great news ….
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