Inline means installing apps without going to the Chrome Web Store, straight from a Website. Going forward, users will only be able to install extensions from only within the Chrome Web Store in the interest of transparency.
The Chrome browser shall mark all HTTP sites as “not secure” beginning July 2018. This follows the release of Chrome 68 version.
As announced earlier, Google has finally shut down the “app” section of the Chrome Web Store for the Windows, Linux & Mac platforms of Chrome, meaning you can’t install Chrome apps there anymore.
Reports: Engadget, Android Police, ArsTechnica
With this Mac OS X app there are no worries about having individual default Web browsers for every app & Web page if you want it.
Landbot is a new technological tool designed to enable Online marketers to transform any landing page into an engaging & conversational experience. This is done in a bid to help boost the conversion rate of your landing pages.
Flaunt is a screenshot based reporting tool. This tool helps you get rid of time sapping PowerPoint reports. The tool is useful to agencies as it will reduce your reporting process significantly.
TinyMails is a Chrome extension that will help you stop writing essays in your email. By doing this it encourages brevity, especially in email correspondence.
Do you want to know who owns/runs the Sites that you visit every day? Well, this is what this tool is all about.
These add-ons will not only help professional writers including bloggers but almost anyone who does any kind of Online content work.
With Toby, the new free chrome extension, you can easily access all of your Sites using just a single click. Toby enables you to keep track of your open tabs which otherwise would be quite cumbersome.
‘Avast Passwords for Mac’ is a service that will get all your passwords secured behind one – on multiple platforms.