Google Chrome gives you plenty of extensions that can make your life easier when navigating the Internet. We gathered a big list of this tools and found videos that will teach you how to use it. Also some screenshots and video tutorials. The tools are not ordered in importance so all the 20 are very important on different usages. Use your creativity 🙂

1.- Evernote Web Clipper

Clip web pages as you browse. Keep them all in Evernote, where they’ll sync to all your devices and are easy to find. Great for research articles, travel confirmations, and bits of inspiration.

2.- Draw.io 

draw.io is online diagram software / flowchart maker, built around Google Drive (TM), that is designed to replace Visio(TM) in your online office setup. draw.io provides you with a free tool to draw flowcharts, org charts, wireframes, UML, mind maps and more, then save them to your Google Drive.

It uses the Google Drive Real Time collaboration functionality, so multiple users can work on the same diagram simultaneously.

3.- Adblock Plus / AdBlock

AdBlock. Will clearly save you time closing popunders and dealing with intrusive ads.

The #1 ad blocker with over 200 million downloads. Blocks YouTube, Facebook and ads everywhere else on the web.

4.- LastPass

Only remember one password – your LastPass master password. Save all your usernames and passwords to LastPass, and it will autologin to your sites and sync your passwords everywhere you need them.

5.- Google Similar Pages

This might appear to be useless, but if you are content creator or social media manager, it will help you find easily same niche pages.

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6.- Delicious Extension

You might already know this, or you might not, but delicious is the best network to storing all your bookmarks either privately or public. This extension will allow you to bookmark with just 1 click.

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7.- Chrome Gestures

This might seem to be useless for any desktop user with a mouse, but if you are a tablet using Google Chrome, this might save you plenty of time.

8.- Firebug

Firebug is excellent for Webmasters and Developers. Also Marketers will get a very good use of it.

9.- SEO Quake

Displays the Google PageRank, Alexa rank and other SEO parameters of any webpage, highlights nofollow links, text density, check and compare urls.

Great tutorial for using SEO Quake properly.

10.- Resolution Test

Screen resolution tester resizes the browser window for developers to view their websites in different screen resolutions. It uses a pre-defined list of screen resolutions from netmarketshare.com, which compiles the data from tens of millions of users each month.

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11.- Chrome Remote Desktop

Chrome Remote Desktop allows users to remotely access another computer through Chrome browser or a Chromebook. Computers can be made available on an short-term basis for scenarios such as ad hoc remote support, or on a more long-term basis for remote access to your applications and files. All connections are fully secured.

12.- Chrome to Mobile

Send web pages from Chrome on your computer to Chrome on your Android phone or tablet, or your iPhone or iPad.
Ever find yourself reading a page or looking at a map on your desktop and wanting a fast way to get that same page on your phone or tablet?

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13.- Tabs Outliner

In short, when I started using this extension for myself I managed to drop my constantly open tabs count from ~800 to ~80.
But users with a more normal 5-15 tabs count found this extension indispensable also – see the reviews!

14.- Note Board

Remember tasks writing sticky notes in a cork board. Save pages to visit or capture easily any web content.
Schedule notifications to remind a note on a certain day and time.
Drag and drop content from other tabs or image files from your system to create notes quickly.

15.- Hotspot Shield / Tunnel Bear VPN

With this VPN you can do many things, from watching movies, websites, videos, content from other countries that are limited. Making your navigation anonymous .

16.- Checker Plus for Gmail

Get desktop notifications, read, listen or delete emails without opening Gmail or Inbox by Gmail & easily manage multiple accounts.

17.- Ghostery

We live in a connected world. When you browse the web, your data leaves a digital footprint. This footprint, connected by tracking technologies (called trackers), helps companies build a profile about you and how you interact with their sites and their competitors, allowing them to optimize their communications and site experience to reach you – and others like you – at the right place, at the right time.

18.- Session Buddy

Session Buddy is a session manager for your browser that allows you to:
● See all open tabs in one place.
● Save open tabs and restore them later. Great for freeing up memory and avoiding tab clutter.
● Recover open tabs after a browser or system crash.
● Organize links by topic and find them when you need them with keyword search.
● Easily consolidate link sets and eliminate duplicates.
● Export link sets in a variety of text formats for use in email messages, documents, spreadsheets, and online posts.
● Create sessions from a list of URLs.

 

19.- Magic Actions for Youtube

Enhance your YouTube watching experience! Auto HD, Ad Block, Cinema Mode, Mouse Wheel Volume Control, Screenshot and more features.. This is great for Youtubers.

20.- Image Backtrace

Ever wanted to know who else is using the same image and where? This great tool will do reverse image search on Google Images, Tineye and many other sources.

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