This Is The Fastest Way To Fire Off An Email Using Google Chrome

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OmniMail is the easiest way to fire off quick emails if you use Google Chrome and Gmail.

It’s great for people who spend a lot of time browsing the internet using Chrome and need to send quick emails, because it takes advantage of the always-flexible Chrome URL bar.

All you need to do is install the extension from the Chrome Web Store, and click the link below to see our brief how-to.

But before you go on, make sure you don’t miss 15 Cool New Apps That Are Crushing It On Chrome 

(Via AddictiveTips)

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Super easy.”
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