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There are so many distractions when watching YouTube videos that any extension which makes it easier is welcome. With the YouTube Options for Google Chrome browser extension, you can tweak every aspect of YouTube. Through this extension you can hide ads and annotations, disable autoplay, and hide comments.
Have you ever found a thumbnail that is too small to see it properly? Of course you could save it, open it in an image application, zoom in… but, a better way exists in the Chrome extension Hover Zoom. When enabled, the extension works with images in Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr and, in fact, almost everywhere you are likely to come across small thumbnails. Just hover over an image, and it will display it a the highest resolution your browser allows.
As more and more of us become bloggers, and the number of just seems to increase (77 million Tumblr blogs and 56 million WordPress blogs existed by the end of 2012) it seems a no-brainer for Google to have a dedicated extension to keep bloggers inside their Chrome browser. This is where Scribe Fire comes in, as it only works within Chrome. When enabled, the extension opens a tab with all your blog settings, and space for your daily contributions, regardless of your platform.
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