Google Chrome extensions are getting better and giving many choices for users as extensions developers are developing many useful tools for Google chrome browser. Ultimate Chrome Flag is an extension for Google chrome that shows all the information of the site like Geo location, IP address of the host, Google PageRank, Alexa rank and scorecards of WOT (Web of Trust).
For the people like SEO guy who like to see the Pagerank of the site, it has an option to show the Pagerank number with the flag. If you are Chrome use, you should check this Ultimate Chrome Flag out!
DropMocks is a easiest way to share files from your desktop or whatever simply with just drag and drop. It is a web site that allows you to upload multiple files and put into one shorten url and show all the files as gallery album like iTunes. Signing up is not required. As of now, it only supports Google Chrome and Firefox.
I have posted several capture tools to capture web site, the online service tool like Browsershots. The only problem is that many of those services don’t let you to capture web pages with one click. You have to wait for sometimes to get the screenshots as their service grows popularity. This is an another way to capture web pages with the help of Google Chrome extension.
Awesome Screenshot is a Google Chrome extension allows you to capture web page with just one click. It has options like selected area capturing and entire page. Wait! it has more. It has abilities to annotate text and draw circle, rectangle, arrow, etc.
It may be look like blogging tool but actually it is not. Ohlife is a web service that let you write note or activities on your daily life by replying their reminder email which OhLife sent you every day or week. You just simply reply the email to write your new entry at OhLife. It is private and nobody can see what you wrote. The design layout at ohlife is pretty neat and it uses beautiful typography. You should try it out!
In newer versions of Ubuntu, font installation got easier than earlier versions. Just click the font file and click “Install” in font preview. But it doesn’t give you uninstall functionality. To remove the custom fonts that you installed in Ubuntu, open Terminal and type:
P.S: replace username with your username. Type ls so that you can see the font files that you installed in your Ubuntu. Type rm to remove.