10 Chrome Extensions[Part 2]

1. Read Aloud

Read aloud the current web-page article with one click, using text to speech(audio). It works on a variety of websites, including news sites, blogs, fan fiction, publications, textbooks, school and class websites, and online university course materials. Read Aloud is intended for users who prefer to listen to content instead of reading, those with dyslexia or other learning disabilities, and children learning to read.

2. Project Naptha

Highlight, copy, edit, and translate text from any image on the web. Words on the web exists in two forms: there’s the text of articles, emails, tweets, chats and blogs— which can be copied, searched, translated, edited and selected— and then there’s the text which is shackled to images, found in comics, document scans, photographs, posters, charts, diagrams, screenshots and memes. Interaction with this second type of text has always been a second class experience, the only way to search or copy a sentence from an image would be to do as the ancient monks did, manually transcribing regions of interest. You can drag over a few lines and watch as a semitransparent blue box highlights the text, helping you keep track of where you are and what you’re reading.

3. Tunnel Bear VPN

TunnelBear is a virtual private network (or VPN for short). Some content on the internet is limited to some countries only, but with this extension, you can excess that content.

4. Video Speed Controller

Find your video lectures too slow, or want to watch your favourite show but you have deadlines too? Then this extension is for you. Speed up, slow down, advance and rewind audio/video with this shortcut. Youtube videos can go fast only up to 2x speed but with this extension, you can go up to 4x speed, isn’t that cool?

5. iCloud Bookmarks

iCloud stores your website bookmarks, so they are everywhere you go — on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and PC. So when it comes to your devices, you can switch things up without mixing things up.

6. iCloud Passwords

iCloud Passwords is a Chrome extension for Windows users that allows you to use the same strong Safari passwords you create on your iPhone, iPad or Mac when visiting websites in Chrome on your Windows PC. iCloud Passwords also saves any new passwords you create in Chrome to your iCloud Keychain so that they are also available on your Apple devices.

7. Google Dictionary

With this extension, you can:
1) Double-click any word to view its definition in a small pop-up bubble.
2) View the complete definition of any word or phrase using the toolbar dictionary.
3) Store a history of words you've looked up, so you can practice them

8. Voice In Voice Typing

Use your voice to type across many different websites Voice In enables voice typing --- it makes it easy to type in the browser using voice-to-text.
Whether it is writing emails in Gmail, answering assignments in Classroom, responding to customer tickets, replying to chats or learning pronunciations, Voice In Voice-To-Text capability lets you do them all using your voice. Voice In for Chrome allows you to use the power of speech recognition to type emails in Gmail or write blog posts on WordPress or send messages in Slack. Students, journalists, salespeople, medical professionals, elders, and anyone who wants to work more effectively use Voice In daily. It works for 40+languages.

9. Office

With this extension, you can open and edit your Microsoft documents, presentations, and spreadsheets with just a click on this extension.

10. Unsplash Instant

Beautiful photos from Unsplash in your new tabs. Each time you open a new tab, Unsplash Instant will show you a beautiful high-resolution photo from Unsplash

If you like any of these extensions, then just click the title of that extension, it will redirect you to that extension page. Then download the extension.

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