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7 Google Chrome Extensions You Must Have

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Google Chrome Extensions are here and really doing great. There are loads of extensions released by different parties but here we are going to take 7 extensions which you should install on your google chrome to make your life much easier.

Gmail Checker

We already talked bout this extension which will show you the number of your latest unread mails in Gmail account. You can click on that icon to launch Gmail on Chrome browser.

Facebook Notification Checker

Social Media addicts should use Facebook notification extension which shows the current notification (if any) on your browser. This really helps in tracking the notification quickly.

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