Best Chrome Extensions For Bloggers

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best chrome extensions for bloggers

Google Chrome is the most widely used browser in the world—and for good reason. It’s fast, features a clean design, has a great tab management system, and takes seconds to install. But what makes Chrome truly outmatch all other browsers is its sheer extensibility. Using the Chrome Web Store, users can browse through a vast library of apps and extensions to customize their browsing experience.

For those of you who are not familiar with the Google Chrome app system, you must have a Google Chrome browser in order to use them. The apps are typically shortcuts to webpages, but the extensions are saved in the upper right-hand corner of your browser to run at all times or simply pop up whenever you click on them.

Let’s take a look at the best Chrome extensions for Bloggers

Grammarly

This checks your grammar, spelling and vocabulary when you write online. It doesn’t do much good offline, but if you screw something up in an email or while writing in Google Docs it’s quite helpful.

Evernote Web Clipper or Save to Google Drive

If you stumble upon something awesome for your book or blog while online, why would you want to open up your Google Drive or Evernote to store the link or image? Just install this extension and you can attach your accounts for saving links in a click.

Adblock Plus

Get rid of clutter by using this extension to block annoying ads, malware, and tracking. Not only does it make browsing easier but it also decreases loading times!

Writer

This extension makes writing as simple as possible; it’s just you and your words. No blogs, fonts, italics, etc. to distract you. This tool has lots of cool features like automatically saving your work, working offline, and keeping track of your word count goals.

Chrome Notepad

This is a quick way to log thoughts in a simple text editor. Any text editing app or software works, but I like using extensions because the button is always sitting right on the browser.

Grammarly Spell Checker and Grammar Checker

This checks your grammar, spelling and vocabulary when you write online. It doesn’t do much good offline, but if you screw something up in an email or while writing in Google Docs it’s quite helpful.

Scrible Toolbar

When you find a quality resource, annotate and highlight the page and share it later with other people.

StayFocused

I can’t get enough of this ultimate productivity extension. Specify which websites you want StayFocused to block and create a time limit. Once that time limit is up StayFocused blocks all the websites that are on your block list.

Awesome Screenshot

I use the default screenshot function on my computer, but this is great if you don’t like yours. It lets you annotate and edit your screenshots for blog posts.

Pocket (formerly known as Read It Later)

Too many articles and too little time? Pocket lets you save articles that you’re interested in reading later by putting them into your ‘pocket’. It also makes recommendations based on what’s in your pocket.

Available for Android devices, too!

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