After launching Chrome Extensions in December 2009, Google has already attracted literally thousands of developers who’ve created thousands of Chrome Extension which are live on the Google Chrome Extensions Page. This blog is dedicated to working through the Chrome Extensions and then finding and reviewing some of the most useful plug ins.
Extensions are Google’s answer to Firefox Add-ons. The biggest advantage of Chrome Extensions are that they have no impact on the speed of the Google Chrome browser. You won’t feel any speed change with no extensions or 100 extensions running in Google Chrome. This is not necessarily the case with Firefox add-ons which do seem to impact the speed of the Firefox browser.
If you’ve found a Extension that is not yet reviewed or rated, please feel free to do a quick write-up on the extension using the “Review an Chrome Extension” page. All Extensions reviewed in this manner will automatically be added to the list of add ons and will be voted for by the community.
Feel free to rate these extensions using the “Vote” and “Demote” buttons provided to help the community easily distinguish between Chrome Extensions that add value and those that don’t.