Do you like wallpapers? Have you found yourself searching for scenic wallpapers, just for the heck of it?
Want to get a beautiful background image every time you open a new tab in your browser? What if we tell you it’s possible? Yes indeed it is, but there is a small catch.
This is only possible with one browser, Google Chrome. Now, that we have piqued your interest, let’s tell you how to do this.
Meet, the Shutterstock Tab. It is an extension for Google Chrome, and displays a new background image, on every new tab. Who said only Bing.com has to look beautiful?
All images are taken directly from the Shutterstock website, and don’t [...]
Ever wanted to watch videos while you were browsing other websites?
Because who has the time to do both, right? Jokes aside, there actually is a way to do that right now, at least in Google Chrome, and the video you want to watch is on the Mountain View company’s video sharing service.
Normally, I use Windows 10’s Snap feature to put the browser with the video of the live event on one side of the screen, while taking notes in a text editor on the other side. But this extension may just allow users to do that within a single browser.
The app we are talking about, is in an extension called Sideplayer. And as the name obviously suggests, the [...]
Vivaldi Browser has been updated to Technical Preview 4, and the latest version adds support for Google Chrome Extensions.
If you haven’t heard of the browser before, it may not be surprising.
Vivaldi Browser, is a new web browser made by Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner, the the former cofounder and CEO of the popular browser, Opera. Vivaldi was launched in January 2015, and has managed to garner an impressive user base.
Vivaldi uses the Blink Engine, which is also used in Google’s Chromium browser (on which Google Chrome is based too). And not suprisingly, the browser now supports Google Chrome extensions.
Softpedia humorously calls [...]
Google Chrome’s old Bookmark Manager is back.
The Mountain View company has admitted defeat after users vented their frustration publicly.
Last year, the Mountain View company introduced a new bookmark manager in its popular desktop browser. This is what it looks like.
If you are an Android user, you may have seen a similar interface on your device or in some apps. The interface is called Material Design UI. Basically it uses flat icons, and solid colours, making the UI more pleasing to look at it.
The new bookmark manager also had some additional features including large Tiles, and a Search bar.
So why did people not like it. [...]