Top 10 Google Chrome Extensions in 2019

Mostly everyone uses this worldwide famous Google Chrome web browser because of its fast performance, clean interface, and many other useful features. If you’re also using this well designed and fast performance web browser and want to boost your productivity and performance more, this can be done by getting the right extensions for your web browser.

Make your Chrome experience better with these free and best extensions of this year. These extensions enable you to do more things, from securing your browser, connection, password to take a screenshot, clip page and much more.

Here is the list of 2019 best extensions for Google Chrome.

  • Adblock Plus

Its name is signifying everything about its features. This extension is useful for blocking all types of annoying ads which you deal while browsing on Chrome web browser. The Adblock extension blocks pop-ups, video ads, big-banners ads, and other types of intrusive advertisement so you can get an impressive browsing experience on your Chrome browser. Along with this, it will give you a safer and cleaner browsing experience also. One other good thing is this will even block the YouTube ads.

  • Stylish

Stylish is one of the cool extensions this will allows you to style any of your favorite websites as you want. You can customize your favorite site with beautiful themes, Skins, color, and backgrounds as you want for free. Also with this, you can also edit an installed theme and even make your own.

  • Tab Wrangler

This is one best extension for the one who uses dozens of tabs for working. Tab Wrangler extension enable your Google Chrome browser to open hundreds of tabs while surfing. This will also close the tabs that are not used by you for a long time.

  • Https Everywhere

Https Everywhere is one of the useful extensions that secure your Chrome browsing. It is an open-source and free extension for Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, also for Android. With the extension, the websites your uses employ a more secure Https connection in place of Http. Even put you away from being hijacked by providing encrypted web standard.

  • Evernote Web Clipper

Evernote Web Clipper extension is very much useful for the users who are researching on a project. If you’ll get an exciting article, but you are busy in some work and will distract you. Then you can use the ‘Elephant’ icon to save the article you find interesting.

Evernote Web Clipper extension also allows you to clip a web page on Chrome, take Screenshot, and bookmark a page by just doing a right-click.

  • Save to Pocket

Save to Pocket extension is work similar to the Web Clipper extension. This extension allows you to save links, web pages, files, images and much more which you’ll find interesting while browsing on Chrome. The extension also syncs all your saved result to your all devices. If you saved a page or link on your computer, it would immediately sync to your all devices.

  • FoxClocks

With the FoxClocks extension, you can see the time of other countries on your Google Chrome Browser. A clock with the country time will appear at the bottom of your Chrome browser. If you’ve any work related to other countries, then this extension is helpful for you.

  • Pushbullet

Want to use all of your chat services on your Google Chrome browser then you can add Pushbullet extension to the browser. Adding Pushbullet extension allows you to use Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Kik, and even your SMS. You will get messages and calls on your web browser with notifications.

  • LastPass

This Chrome Extension creates a new and strong password for each website. Save the password locally into an encrypted vault, and this will automatically fill ups the logins forms as required. Only you have to remember the master password.

  • Wikiwand

Want to research something while browsing? Get Wikiwand and access Wikipedia articles from your browser.

That’s it! Add these extensions to your Chrome browser and make it more powerful.


Billy Mark  is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, he has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as www.office.com/setup

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