Sometimes, listening to something is more comfortable than having to read, or maybe the only option. Say, you want to go to the Gym, buy some groceries, or take the train back home, but still want to read a couple of interesting articles that you had saved as tabs in your browser for a long time.
The Google Chrome extension Sent As Podcast offers a solution, as you may use it to listen to any web article using a computer generated voice.. The extension works with any podcast application but also as a standalone version that sits in Chrome.
You may wanna check your Chrome extensions for this one…
When Nano Defender was launched in 2019, it quickly became a go-to extension to bypass anti-adblocking mechanisms on Internet sites. It used code from uBlock Origin, one of the most prominent content blocking extensions, and users started to install the new extension in Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers.
Behave! is a new browser extension for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox that is designed to inform its users when sites misbehave by performing port scans or access private IP addresses. The extension may also work in other Chromium-based and Firefox-based browsers but I have not tested that. Continue reading →
Context is a browser extension for the Google Chrome web browser that enables you to create extension groups that you can switch between easily.
If you run a certain number of extensions in Chrome, chance is quite high that you don’t make use of them all the time.
Maybe you are running extensions that modify individual sites or services, or use them only for work, entertainment or online shopping.
Chrome itself does not offer options to switch sets of extensions on or off easily in its interface, and while you can disable extensions individually, it is not really practicable to do that for that purpose. Continue reading →
It’s a free VPN supported by ads…. take with a grain of salt…
A good VPN is a handy tool. A free, unlimited one is even better. Betternet aims to make using a VPN (as well as my wordplay) dead simple.
Betternet doesn’t have any usage limits for its service, and users aren’t required to register any personal information in order to sign up. The service doesn’t track any user information. 100% of its revenue comes from ads within some of the Betternet apps.