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10 Useful Chrome Extensions You Will Like

kojikanao profile image Koji (he/him) Updated on ・2 min read

In this article, I will introduce 10 Google Chrome extensions.

1. Daily 2.0 - Source for Busy Developers


This extension shows you articles that are related to #webdev.

You can also contribute to Daily 2.0.

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2. JSONView


I'm using JSONView to check JSON data. Mostly see API responses.

3. OneTab


OneTab can help us to manage tabs which can also reduce memory usage.

4. OctoLinker


OctoLinker creates links to libs which you are using for your project.
This is very helpful to check a lib quickly.

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5. Wappalyzer


Wappalyzer shows us things websites are using.
The following image is from https://dev.to

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6. Octotree


Octotree shows the sidebar like project explorer. This is really helpful to access the codes on Github.

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7. Refined GitHub


Refined Github can make Github UI more useful. Especially, I like pull request feature.

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8. Toggle JavaScript


Toggle JavaScript can switch on/off js without opening settings.

9. GitHub Repository Size


This extension shows you the size of the lib's files' size on Github.

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10. ColorPick Eyedropper


I'm using this to check the color of things on a website.

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Others I'm using

Grammarly for Chrome

React Developer Tools

Redux DevTools

uBlock Origin


The Great Suspender

Suggestions from readers

30 Seconds of Knowledge from @marcoribeiroweb


This extension shows us nice tips on programming.

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Toby for Chrome from @lyavale95


This extension helps to manage tabs. However, it has one issue to me since this extension prevents using Daily 2.0 lol

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Thank you very much for featuring Daily here! :)


Thank you for such an amazing tool!


One of my favorites is Caret. A sublime text like clone in a chrome extension? Why yes. Useful in lightweight situations like a travel Chromebook.


Looks good. Thank you for sharing the info!


Some good ones here I’ve never heard of! Amazing thanks!


Thank you for these extensions!

I would like to suggest "30 Seconds of Knowledge" aswell. :)



@marcoribeiroweb thank you for sharing the info.
I will add 30 Seconds of Knowledge to the article.


Great Suspender is a good one. Especially with Chrome being so RAM hungry. I donated some $ also.


Dunno that I've seen Chrome lose its mind quite the way trying to use gMail on Firefox does. Nothing like trying to open a new tab and the browser saying "nope" – or even just switch to an existing tab – when you've made the mistake of leaving a gMail tab or two sit open for an hour or so.


Also the Toby extension is kinda cool, you can save your access and organize it easily, in dashboard.
For the learning stuff is pretty useful :)


Toby looks good. I will add Toby to the article!
Thanks, @lyavale95