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Google Chrome extension

Google Chrome Extensions
Web address http://chrome.google.com/extensions
Commercial? Yes
Available in English
Owner Google Inc.
Created by Google Inc. and extension developers
Launched Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Google Chrome Extensions are browser extensions that modify the Google Chrome browser.[1] These extensions are written using web technologies like HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.[2] Google Chrome Extensions are downloadable through the Chrome Web Store[3] (formerly the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery).[1] As of February 2010, over 2,200 extensions have been published by developers.[4] All users with a Google Account are able to add extensions after developing them.[5]

Notable examples

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Google Chrome Extensions Blog Announcement".  
  2. ^ "Google Chrome Extensions Help Page".  
  3. ^ Nield, David. "20 best Chrome extensions".  
  4. ^ Mentovai, Mark. "Google Chrome Update Blog".  
  5. ^ Developing Chrome Extensions Overview Page
  6. ^ "Chrome Web Store - Adblock Plus (Beta)". Chrome.google.com. Retrieved 2012-05-16. 

External links

  • Official website
  • How to Install Google Chrome extensions Offline and Manually
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