Browser add-ons to turbo charge your surfing
Browser add-ons bring convenience, pizzazz, and efficiency to our surfing - I’ve rounded up some of the best to help you get the most out of the web
By Daniel Ionescu | PC World | Published: 16:22, 05 December 2012
Browser add-ons bring convenience, pizzazz, and efficiency to our surfing. There are add-ons for saving passwords, ones for automatically sending web pages to our e-reader or smartphone, and ones that help us juggle our social (networking) life. No matter the browser you use – Chrome, Firefox, IE, Opera, or Safari – I’ve rounded up some of the best to help you get the most out of the web.
Cooliris is a Chrome add-on that lets you browse Google Images using a 3D photo wall with infinite scrolling. It’s useful when you have to scroll through a lot of images, and it’s not obtrusive—it pops up only when you hover over a thumbnail image result in Google Images. Then click the icon on the thumbnail and you’re in the Cooliris wall.