Chrome Extensions For Efficient & Productive Web Surfing

I do use a lot of chrome extensions. Here are some of my favorite extensions which I use for everyday browsing.

1. AdBlock

Blocks annoying ads all over the web.

2. Vimium

I love browsing web with just keyboard. If you are familiar with Vim, install it without any second thoughts. Vimium provides keyboard shortcuts for navigation and control in the spirit of Vim.

3. Alexa Traffic Rank

If you are a webmaster or stataholic, you need this.

4. Google Quick Scroll

If you have searched for something on Google and landed on a page with lot of text, it helps you jump directly to the relevant bits of a search result.

5. Hover Zoom

Simply enlarge thumbnails by hovering your mouse.

6. HoverReader

While reading an article, if you encounter a hyperlink, peek into it by hovering the mouse.

7. Magic Actions for YouTube

Auto HD, Ad Block, Cinema Mode, Mouse Wheel Volume Control and more magic actions for YouTube.

8. Readable Wikipedia  WikiWand

Previously I used Readable Wiikpedia to read wiki articles.
But now I use WikiWand. It provides amazing look for our beloved Wikipedia.

9. AutoPager Chrome

Scroll through paginated web pages.

10. DevTools Auto Save

Saves changes to your CSS and JS right from the browser. Comes in handy for web developers.

11. OneTab:
Pull all tabs into single tab & save up to 95% memory and reduce tab clutter.

12. Popup Blocker Pro:
Blocks all annoying popups and popunders the professional way. You will never see popups anymore. Permissions Visit website

13. Stylebot:
Change the appearance of websites instantly. Preview and install styles created by other users on

14. Tab Number:
Tab number show number on each tab. If you want to jump a particular tab, So you can jump around easily by pressing ALT + pagenum.

15. Thin Scroll Bar:
Thin Scroll Bar to increase screen space for little more visibility.