Google’s Chrome Web browser is now the Web’s second most popular browser.
One of the reasons for its success is its ability to use apps, small pieces of software that add to its abilities.
Here are 11 of our favourites.
Aviary is an browser based image editor. It supports layers and proves you with over 30 rich editing tools. The app also offers a robust support system so you're not left hanging.
Category: Creative Tools
Chances are if you're using Google Chrome you're a Gmail user. Install this app to always keep an eye on unread messages in your inbox. The app also offers one click access directly to Gmail.
Category: Social & Communication
Collusion is a very unique app. It allows you to visualise which websites are tracking you and who they are helping you to stay on top of which sites are using your personal information.
Stay focused is an app that keeps productivity at the forefront of your web experience. This app is perfect for professionals and students alike. It basically limits the time you can spend on 'time wasting' websites. Once your allotted time has been used up, the sites you have blocked will be inaccessible for the rest of the day.
You have complete control over the sites and the amount of time. You can block or allow entire sites, specific subdomains, specific paths, specific pages, even specific in-page content (videos, games, images, forms, etc).
Can I stream it is for the person who watches everything online. Simply type the name of a film into the engine and it will let you know if it is available to watch on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Instant Video. It also checks YouTube Movies, iTunes, Vudu, Crackle, and Epix.
If you're a fan of Evernote (and we are) this handy app lets you clip web content to be stored in your account. The clipper automatically tags articles for easy indexing and searching later.