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Chrome Extensions of the Month - September 2022

Chrome Extensions of the Month - September 2022

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Jatin Sharma
·Oct 1, 2022·

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In this article, I will suggest to you some of the best extensions you need to install for better productivity that can come in very handy. So without further due, let's get into it.

1. Fake Data

It is the most advanced tool for filling forms with fake and random data. Fake Data will help you insert random values in any form field. Generate random names, emails, addresses, phone numbers and many more types of data. Create your own types of data using JavaScript code, which opens unlimited possibilities. You can fill single fields or entire form at once.

Download: Fake Data

fake data

2. GoFullPage

Capture a screenshot of your current page in entirety and reliably—without requesting any extra permissions! The simplest way to take a full page screenshot of your current browser window.

Download: GoFullPage

go full page

3. JSON Viewer Pro

A completely free extension to visualize JSON response in awesome Tree and Chart view with great user experience and options. You can also import import local JSON file.

Download: JSON Viewer Pro

json viewer pro

4. Project Naptha

It applies state-of-the-art computer vision algorithms on every image you see while browsing the web. So, you can highlight as well as copy and paste and even edit and translate the text formerly trapped within an image.

Download: Project Naptha

Project Naptha

5. SEO META in 1 CLICK

It is a tool that displays all meta tags/data and main SEO information clearly. By using this tool, we hope you can better manage and improve your SEO and visibility on Internet

Download: SEO META in 1 CLICK

SEO META in 1 CLICK

6. Minimal Theme for Twitter

Minimal Theme for Twitter adds an opinionated base layer of styles to clean up the Twitter UI. In addition, it provides extra customization on top to allow you to personalize your Twitter experience.

Download: Minimal Theme for Twitter

Minimal Theme for Twitter

7. Responsive Viewer

A Chrome extension to show multiple screens in one view. the extension will help front-end developers to test multiple screens while developing responsive websites/applications.

Download: Responsive Viewer

Responsive Viewer

8. SwiftRead

Use SwiftRead (formerly known as Spreed), the highest rated and most popular speed reading extension of its kind, to speed read through text in your browser! SwiftRead works on news articles, blog posts, and emails.

Download: SwiftRead

SwiftRead

9. Tabox

Tabox lets you save all open tabs in the current window to a "Collection". You can click on the collection to open all tabs instantly! The extension's export and import feature is especially useful for working teams that need to share list of work URLs.

Download: Tabox

Tabox

10. tabExtend

It can manage your tabs. You can also create notes and to-dos that will be sync between devices. You can also import bookmarks and top sites. Save selected text-snippets. It also supports dark theme. You can also share categories via public link.

Download: tabExtend

Wrapping up

These were some extensions for this month (August 2022). You might have heard some before, but if you like anyone then don't forget to press ❤️. I have personally used all the above extensions and from my experience, every extension is worth installing.

 
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