The many faces of Chrome
Direct access to your Twitter account, post a photo, and post a comment on Facebook or e-mail notifications are some of the latest news from Chrome, the Google browser.
In this article we help you get the most out of what is more than just a browser.
Chrome is no longer a simple tool with which we can explore the Internet, because now we can get quicker access to certain services, especially in everything related to online social spaces. Google offers for your browser many tools associated with productivity, such as diaries, calendars, text editors, proofreaders and translators, as well as give us access and management of our Social Networks. We just need to enable them (or install) in your browser. The applications are installed in the home of our own Google and the extensions they do in the address bar.
Here are some of these tools grouped into different categories:
Social Networks and Communication: Highlight the social media apps are generic as Facebook, Twitter and Google + , and other platforms like TweetDeck and HootSuite , tools that allow us access to our social networks from a single site.
Productivity : There are many tools that help us to simplify tasks and improve performance. Highlights include: Instant Translate (translator for all languages), AdBock (block ads and publicity) or Currency Converter (currency converter and foreign exchange).
Text editing and photography: Other tool that offers Chrome allows us to create documents in an optimal way. Highlights include: Spelling, grammar and dictionary (to write correctly) or Slide Rocket (Type online presentations Power Point).
Design and web: The Chrome Shop has some interesting features for those who are dedicated to creative work and need to plan the design of a website. Highlights include: Tape (size of the different elements of a web), Color Pick (get identical samples of a photograph) or Screen Capture (screen capture).
Games and entertainment: There are many options for leisure as Angry Birds (fighting game birds), Planetarium (explore the sky) or the channel of NASA (for space exploration).