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Google Chrome Extensions for Bloggers

Helpful and FREE Google Chrome extensions for bloggers.

Checker Plus for Gmail

Notifies you when you have new email in your Gmail account. Lets you view, read, delete, and archive messages without going directly to you Gmail account. This extension will even read your emails to you.

Colorzilla

Gives you a color dropper so you can get the hex codes for colors on a website. Also includes a helpful gradient generator and the ability to edit the color before pasting the code into another application.

Firebug

What plugin is that awesome blog using? What CSS did they use to get that look? What have I done wrong with my code? Firebug lets you take a look and make changes to code to see how it looks before you commit to permanent changes.

Google Dictionary (by Google)

What the heck is nofollow? What's RSS? This extension adds the power of Google Dictionary to your fingertips so you can get answers to all of your burning questions.

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Imagus

Imagus

A safe alternative to the ill-fated Hover Zoom extension. Enlarges a small image before you click on the link. Especially useful on Pinterest and reddit.

Nimbus Screen Capture App

A quick and easy way to take a screen capture, edit it, and upload it. Integrates with Google Docs.

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Pocket

Pocket

Found an article or page that you want to read but don't have time to read it now? Save it to pocket and you can read it later on any device.

Search and Replace

How many times have you wished for Microsoft Work-like search and replace capabilities in your web browser? This extension takes care of that for you.

Speed Dial 2

Creates a start page for your browser with visual bookmarks for your most visited websites and tools. I feel naked without this extension. And not in a sexy way.

Strict Workflow

Easily distracted? This extension enforces a 25min/5min workflow: 25 minutes of distraction-free work, followed by 5 minutes of break. Repeat as necessary.