Google Chrome Will Have Extensions by May?

by on February 6, 2009
in Browsers, Google, Softwares




google-chrome-logoChrome is the popular web browser by Google. It started off with the most basic and common features that everyone asked for. But now, we see Google slowly adding more and more features to Chrome.

One of the reasons why I don’t use Chrome as my primary browser is because of lack of extensions (plugins, addons) in it. On the other hand, Firefox has a vast collection of addons available.

According to Google OS blog, it is expected that we will see Chrome with extensions by May 2009. A session on Chrome extensions at Google I/O conference documents revealed some information that give hints of extensions coming to Chrome.

Learn how Google Chrome makes it easy to write extensions using the web technologies you already know. This talk will cover the basics of the extension system (distribution/packaging, installation, updates), as well as the different APIs to enhance with the browser.

I can’t wait to see Chrome with extensions and how it will perform with them.

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  • even if the extensions come, i can’t ditch firefox :)
    i love it

  • This is what I want to hear about Google Chrome!