The Great List Of Chrome Extensions For Google Plus

There is a very useful collaborated document being developed for users to get started with Google Plus. A Collaborative Document:
(or how 120+ people wrote a book at the same time) is a shared file on Google docs and is being written/edited/modified while I am writing this.

Oh, talking about books, check out a free ebook I wrote for google chrome users – 100 tips for Chrome, Chrome OS and Chromebooks

So, when I was making a list of Google Chrome Extensions for Chrome, 1. I could make it easily 2. I could get you the best because these were picked by a large number of Google Plus users, most of them early adopters. So, here goes. Thanks everyone who made this awesome document.

Replies and more for Google+Surplus
* Post or respond from within the pop-up
* Desktop Notifications
* Notification sounds
* Switch between multiple Google accounts
* Can read your browser history because it needs to get the URL of a tab (Privacy)

Extended Share
* Adds Twitter, Linked-In, Facebook Share Button to each postNotification Count
* Checks for any unread notifications of your Google Plus every minute, and displays unread notification count on your browser extension toolbar.
* Click to open a tab to read all notifications.Photo Zoom
* Hovering over photos in stream displays larger version+Comment Toggle
* hides any comments to posts within your Stream and makes them available on click

Color Bar Changer
* Changes color of Google Plus bar to green, pink or blue

Facebook Friend Exporter
* Import Facebook Friends (currently not working)

Helper For Google+

* adds Button for Facebook stream display inside of Google+

* adds Button for Twitter stream display inside of Google+
*Shows AdSense Ads
* Has very many user rights (e.g. Browser History, List of Extensions)Plus One (+1) Button
* adds a button to +1 any web page. (+1 pages go to your profile).+1 Button
* adds a button to +1 any web page. (+1 pages go to your profile).
* similar to Plus One (+1) Button.

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Dinsan made Google Chrome his default browser within hours of its release. He fell in love with Chromebooks from the day he first touched one and is currently obsessed with Chromecasts.

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