The Google Chrome Extensions library is filled with many of the same add-ins that FireFox users have enjoyed all along. My favorite Chrome Extentions Zemanta, Diigo, Chome SEO and SEO Site Tools. [tweetmeme source=”ileane”]
I recently installed a Google Chrome extension called Readability Redux. I learned about this plugin from Bruce Ganek in Making Webpages Easier to Read – The Readability Bookmarklet. Here’s the installation demo from the developer Arc90, and here’s a closer look at Readability in Episode #021 of Ms. Ileane Speaks Podcast.
I hope that using this tool will address the concerns of some website owners over the unfair use of browser adblockers. With Readability users will catch a glimpse of the ads served on monetized sites before switching to an uncluttered ad-free, sidebar-free view of any blog post. You can also email the post to others from the Readability view. Why don’t you give it a try?
Do you have favorite extension for Google Chrome?
UPDATE: On June 15, Arc90 announced 2 features have been added to the Readability extension for Chrome:
- Converts links in text to footnotes
- Keyboard Shortcuts
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