25 Best Chrome Extensions for Productivity

Google Chrome is easily the most popular browser in the world. It is used by more than 62% of internet users. One secret to chrome’s popularity is the huge library of extensions available to users.

In fact, at the time of writing this article, over 188,000 extensions were available on the chrome web store!

There are all types of extensions available on the app store, but today, I will use my writing powers to introduce you to the 25 best chrome extensions for productivity. Because we all know the internet can be a time sucker, and we have things to do!

Best Chrome Extensions for Productivity

  1. Evernote Web Clipper
  2. OneNote web clipper
  3. Grammarly
  4. Last Pass
  5. Google Translate
  6. Save to Google Drive
  7. Infinity New Tab
  8. Tick Tick – Todo & Task List
  9. Clockify Time Tracker
  10. Save to Pocket
  11. The Great Suspender
  12. Loom – Video Recorder: Screen, webcam, and mic.
  13. Block Site – Website Blocker for Chrome
  14. Speedtest by Ookla 
  15. Awesome Screenshot: Screen Video Recorder
  16. Office
  17. Pushbullet 
  18. Google Keep Chrome Extension
  19. Momentum
  20. Dropbox for Gmail
  21. Google Input Tools
  22. CRXMouse Chrome Gestures
  23. Take Webpage Screenshots Entirely – Fireshot
  24. Nimbus Screenshot & Screen Video Recorder
  25. Kami Extension – PDF and Document Annotation

Before we begin, I would like to clarify that I have no preference for one app over the other. No one sponsors this article, and no service provider has received a copy to review beforehand.

Most of the extensions mentioned in this article are there because I, personally, have found great value in them and have used them or been using them for a while.

1- Evernote Web Clipper

Average Rating: 4.7  out of 5 stars. 

Do you use Evernote? Then you need the Evernote web clipper chrome extension. The seamless integration between them makes Evernote even more powerful.

This extension allows you to clip any page or part of the web page and save it directly to one of your notebooks in Evernote.

It also lets you highlight what you think is the most important and annotate your clips. Using the web clipper is so much more effective than bookmarking. It lets you save exactly what you think is important and even add reminders to check it later – because we all know that we never, ever check our bookmarks.

You can also save a simplified version of the page using their “simplified view” function, which strips the page of the things that don’t matter as much but keeps the most important content.

Evernote’s web clipper can also clip Gmail threads and attachments so you can add your own notes in Evernote to them. It also offers special clipping formats for websites like YouTube, Amazon, and LinkedIn.

You can then directly annotate the screenshot and add text, shapes, and stamps to your screenshot.

Reminders are great to make sure you actually get back to those notes and make use of them.

Evernote can also let you take advanced bookmarks that have the URL, title, and a short description of the page so you actually remember why you bookmarked this link in the first place.

After you’re done with the clipping and highlighting, you will be able to find them in your notes on any device you have Evernote installed on, thanks to the instant syncing.


The Evernote Web clipper chrome extension is available for free on the chrome web store. You can find search for it, find it under the productivity category, or just download Evernote Web Clipper here. 

2- One Note Web Clipper

Average Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars. 

Evernote Web Clipper is one of the best productivity chrome extensions for the same reasons as Evernote. It makes it easy for you to grab interesting bits of the internet and save them to your notes directly.

There is no need for you to open the OneNote app and copy & paste the interesting bits. Instead, you can simply save it using the clipper and then edit it using any device with OneNote.

When clipping, OneNote will take away all the noise – such as the ads and the navigation buttons – and just clip the page’s important contents.

You can then highlight the bits of text you’re most interested in and add a note before you clip. You can even change the fonts.

OneNote also gives you the option between clipping the whole page, one part of it, or several sections of it. In addition, you can clip PDF files, images, YouTube and Vimeo videos, and more.

After clipping, these notes will be sent directly to your OneNote account so that you can access them instantly from any device.

You can then use them even while you’re offline, edit them, share them, and collaborate with others. You can also bookmark the links if you don’t want to clip them.


OneNote is completely free on the chrome web store, and you can get it here. 

3- Grammarly for Chrome

Average Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars. 

Grammarly has quickly risen to become the best grammar checker tool for content creators – or really for anyone writing in English on the Internet. Of course, their browser extension is a huge part of this success.

Grammarly’s Chrome extension runs in the background and keeps checking your writing, whatever the web page you have opened. It automatically checks for misspelled words and grammar errors as you are writing, underlining the mistakes in red, and giving you suggestions to correct them.

It works flawlessly on Social Media platforms like Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, and almost anywhere else. In addition, the extension will point out errors just before you hit the send button.

They are still in the beta phase for Google’s apps – such as Google Docs and Google sheets – but they are making quick progress, and soon you will be able to check your writing in Google sheets as well, which is pretty awesome.

I find Grammarly really great because it can now understand your writing context to some extent and make suggestions even if the words are not misspelled but are still wrong in this context. This is really valuable because sometimes we write something while our brains think we are writing something else. So Grammarly just operates as your personal editor that checks every word after you.

The extension also gives you a “My Grammarly” button that takes you directly to their web app to do even more – like check plagiarism.


Grammarly’s Chrome extension is free to download from here.

4- LastPass

Average Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars.

Almost every website we use now requires an account. Unfortunately, this account requires a password, and our brains can store only so many passwords.

LastPass takes care of that for you. You only need to remember the LastPass master password, and the app will store all your logins (user name and password) for every website and app you use.

LastPass will then automatically log you into any website without you having to do anything. It makes the internet browsing experience a million times easier and saves your brain so much effort.

But what if you change one of your logins using a device that doesn’t have LastPass installed? No problem, you can simply log in to your LastPass account and edit your data. You can add, edit, view, and delete passwords easily.

Anything you save using their Chrome extension, you will find on all your other devices that use LastPass.

LastPass will even suggest generating stronger passwords to replace your weak ones and flag any duplicate passwords it detects. The app also offers a secure way to share passwords with your friends (like your Netflix, because, you know).

The LastPass browser extension is also available for Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari, and Microsoft Edge.


The extension itself is free, and you can get it here. LastPass has a free version with limited features, and their premium pricing starts at $24/year.

5- Google Translate

Average Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars.

Google Translate Web extension lets you view translations while browsing the web. I have found this very helpful because It keeps me focused on the web page I’m opening without copying and pasting it into the Google Translate website.

It works very intuitively, you simply highlight or right-click on the text and then click on the Translate icon next to it, and voila, it’s translated into your language.

You can also have it translate the entire web page for you, which is pretty magical if you ask me, by simply clicking the translate icon that appears automatically on the taskbar.

The option of having the extension shows translations in your language for any text you highlight, which can be useful and time-saving if you need to use google translate a lot.

Of course, you can listen to the pronunciation of the words in both languages just like you can with Google translate, and the app provides you with a shortcut to open it in Google translate where you can see its history, synonyms, and more.


Google Translate is completely free, with no premium pricing whatsoever (so much love for Google). You can download Google Translate’s browser extension here.

6- Save to Google Drive

Average Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.

Like thousands of people, if you count on Google drive to store the data and media of your work and personal life, you will need to install Save to Google Drive extension on your Google chrome.

This extension allows you to save web content or screenshots to your Google Drive with a simple click. It adds a browser action to any page you’re browsing, and you can save media and hyperlinks by right-clicking and then selecting “save to Google Drive.”

You can use it to save documents, images, HTML5 audio, and even video directly to your google drive.

It also gives you the option of the format you want to save in. For example, when clicking on an image, you can choose to save it as Raw HTML, Google Doc, or MHTML.

The extension also converts Microsoft Office files to Google Docs format automatically. You can even set it to work in Incognito mode.

This extension makes it quite easy to collaborate with others as even the options are stored in shared storage and are synchronized across the Chrome browsers that have it active.


Save to Google Drive is completely free, and you can get it from the Chrome Web Store here.

7- Infinity New Tab

Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars.

Infinity New tab is a useful productivity chrome extension that combines helpful features with a beautiful design. What this extension does is turn your browser into a one-stop service experience with a minimalistic design. It also makes Chrome, which is already a fast browser, even faster.

You can choose from over 200 icons that follow the modern flat design philosophy to give your browser a modern and clean look. In addition, there are over 35,000 available HD wallpapers from which you can choose. You can choose 365 of these wallpapers to match the icons of your choice.

This means that you will get new wallpaper for every new day, ensuring your browsing experience is never boring.

The intelligent email notifications will remind you of important events in your Gmail, and the todos will let you add tasks that you need to get done throughout your day.

It also offers you quick access to their notepad so you can take quick notes whenever you need to or simply record your thoughts during the day. The app extension management gives you all the options needed to make the browser and the extension uniquely yours by customizing it to your specific needs.


Infinity’s new tab is available for free, and you can get it here from the Chrome web store. 

8- Tick Tick – Todo & Task List

Average Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars.

You probably know what Tick Tick is and have used or considered using it at some point in your life. This extension just makes it easier to use this great to-do, and task lists app to keep everything organized.

You can use it to create tasks and to-dos, arrange them, and check them off as you get them done. You can set up recurring tasks and instant reminders for them, and you can create subtasks to checklists as well.

Adding more details to your tasks is easy using the notes feature in the app as well.

You can plan your agenda in the calendar view to have a clear idea of how your week will go, and you can share tasks to collaborate – something which I have found helpful in sharing the grocery list with my roommate as well (it’s the small things that count, guys).

The app can even convert google emails into tasks, which means you can still use a device that doesn’t have the app to add tasks to your lists by simply emailing yourself those tasks.

Of course, it will sync your data with all your devices so you can access them easily and instantly.


Tick Tick’s extension is completely free to download, and you can get it at no cost here. 

9- Clockify Time Tracker

Average Rating:  3.9 out of 5 stars.

This is the extension that every freelancer will love. If you want to track your time on a client’s project and mark it as billable time, this is the extension you need.

This extension is basically a time tracker for your web browser. It’s super simple to use and requires no setup whatsoever. You can just install it, create an account, and start using it right away.

All you need to do to start a new task is just write in the tasks’ name and click start. It will open a window in which you can add more details if you want to, but the Clockify time tracker will have already started tracking at this point.

You can also use it to track the time you spend on any other activity, like checking your emails to learn more about how much time these activities really take from you.

There is also an option for a Pomodoro timer and a shortcut for starting and stopping the timer if you really want to keep your time accurate to the second.

The app is also smart and has lie detection.

This extension integrates with more than 50 web apps, the most notable of which is Trello. In addition, this integration allows you to start a timer on the card itself.


Clockify Time Tracker is 100% free to download and use. It’s free for solo users as well as teams. You can download it here.

10- Save to Pocket

Average Rating:  4.3 out of 5 stars.

We all meet interesting bits of the internet while browsing that we want to get back to. But what if instead of bookmarking it, you just save it to your devices and be able to view it later offline, with no distractions?

This is what Save to Pocket offers. This chrome extension lets you capture articles and even videos while browsing the internet. You will then be able to read those articles on your pocket account on any device while offline.

You can easily tag, order, sort, and search for those stories in your pocket app on your phone or laptop.

When Pocket saves an article, it saves the cleanest version of it with no ads, no banners, and no popups so you can have a distraction-free reading experience.

The app will also recommend similar articles that other pocket users have found interesting and saved to their devices.


Save to pocket is available on Chrome for free, and you can get it here from the Chrome web store.  A premium version gets you unlimited highlighting and custom fonts if you’re a heavy user, but most people will be more than happy with the free version.

11- The Great Suspender

Average Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars.

I usually work with about 30-40 tabs open in Google Chrome, which is all nice and fine until my laptop can’t even play music because Chrome has sucked in all of my RAM.

I know that this is me, mainly because of the memes and because even Google addresses this problem in their updates.

If you’re suffering from the same issue, then the Great Suspender is a must-have extension for you. It helps your computer run smoothly by simply suspending the tabs you are not actively using.

This frees up the memory and ram consumed by those tabs.

The app is smart about it, too. For example, it will detect if any tabs have audio playing and will not suspend them. It will also not suspend any tabs with forms open that you have input data into them.

You can also add a list of specific URLs that you never want to be suspended (a whitelist), and the app will never do.

There are also options for configuring how the app behaves when running on battery power or browsing offline to save more battery and help your device last longer on a charge.


The Great Suspender is completely free to use and download; however, it’s not working in the meantime due to technical reasons. You can check other alternatives here.

12- Loom – Video Recorder: Screen, webcam, and mic.

Average Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars.

Loom is one of the best chrome extensions for productivity because it lets you save time in the long run in quite a smart way. For example, you can use it to capture and share videos instantly.

It’s fast, clean, and straightforward to use. The videos can be of your screen, screen, cam, or just of your screen without audio. Once you’re done recording the video, it’ll automatically be uploaded to their website.

There, you will be able to rename it, download it, or get a shareable link straight away. In addition, the loom has a couple of useful integrations, chief among them are the integrations with Gmail and Slack.

Of course, the videos are recorded in HD, and you can even record up to 4K. Loom also offers a couple of handy tools, such as their mouse click emphasis (which ensures every mouse click you make on the screen is highlighted so it can be instantly noticed.)

Here’s a quick 1-minute video that shows how easy it is to use the Loom Chrome Extension:


You can use Loom basically without cost forever. However, they offer premium plans that start at $8/user/month. The premium plans offer more options such as 4K recording, custom recording dimensions, adding buttons, links, files of your video, and some basic video editing tools.

You can get Loom from the Chrome Web Store here.

13- Block Site – Website Blocker for Chrome

Average Rating: 4.5  out of 5 stars.

The internet is a wonderful place where you can learn everything and become anything. But, unfortunately, it’s also full of things that distract us.

In fact, there’s a robust correlation between internet usage and the drop in the attention span in humans in general. So yes, humans are having more trouble staying focused than ever.

However, this simple extension can help you become more productive and regain your focus.

What it does is simply prevent you from getting distracted by blocking access to all those distracting websites that we mindlessly type their URLs and let them steal away our time.

You can make your own list of distracting websites and pages that suck your time away, and since this extension is also available as an App for Android devices, it will sync and prevent you from opening those websites on your phone as well.

There’s also a “work mode” that utilizes the Pomodoro technique. You will set time frames for how long you want to work and how long you want the breaks in this mode.

This extension can also be used to break the habit of watching pornography thanks to their “block all adult sites” button that you can toggle instantly to block all adult websites.

If you really want to get serious with breaking bad habits and building good ones, you can set a powerful password that you can’t remember and give it to someone you trust. You should then set up their email address setting so that the app sends this person an email when trying to uninstall the extension to keep you committed to your goals.

Watch their introductory video, which does a great job of explaining the extension:


Block Site is completely free with all the basic versions, but they offer a premium version that costs $17.99/year and gives you access to the uninstall protection feature. You can download the extension from here. 

14- Speedtest by Ookla

Average Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars.

Speedtest by Ookla is a straightforward extension that works really well. You install it, and you run the test at any time. You don’t need to create an account, you don’t need to sign in, and you don’t even need to open a new tab to get a read on your internet’s speed.

The extension will get your ping, download, and upload speeds pretty quickly – it usually takes less than 30 seconds or so. It also doesn’t require many permissions.


Speedtest by Ookla is a completely free extension to download, and you can get it here from the Chrome Web Store. 

15- Awesome Screenshot: Screen Video Recorder

Average Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars.

Awesome Screenshot is a Google Chrome extension that combines screenshots, simple editing, and video recording. You can take screenshots and then add your comments, annotations, and blur-sensitive info in seconds.

It can also record videos on your screen for Screencast. It also offers desktop capture, so you are not limited to what’s only on your open tabs. You can then upload those files with one-click uploads.

You can save the files to their website to easily share them with others using a link. In fact, the default saving option is now on their website, so you don’t even have to think about it.

There is no limit on your files’ size, so you don’t need to keep your videos short and keep all the info in one video.

It also supports Google Drive, Slack, and Trello for easier sharing and collaboration with your teammates.

Ease of use is this extension’s main strength. The video below shows how to use Awesome Screenshot:


Awesome Screenshot is free to download, and you can get it here. They offer 3 pricing plans that offer more integrations, more users, and access to more advanced features. Their premium plans start at $2/month.

16- Office

Average Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars.

Microsoft Office is incredibly popular and powerful, and this extension gives you a new way to do your work on Office apps faster and more conveniently.

The Office Chrome extension app lets you view, edit, and create office documents right in your browser without opening the apps. You can use it for Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, and Sway files.

In fact, you don’t even need to have the Microsoft Office apps on your device to use the device. Everything is done online, which means you can get to your files no matter where you are, thanks to the OneDrive integration that uploads your files to the cloud.

This extension gives you access to all the tools you get with the desktop versions, so it’s not like you’re using a lite version or a limited one. You can create anything you would create with the desktop versions.

Here is a quick video from Microsoft that explains the extension:


The Office Plugin is free to download, and you can get it here.  The pricing plans for Microsoft Office and Office 365 start at $69.99/year.

17- Pushbullet

Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars.

Pushbullet is an extension that allows you to stay connected without having to pick up your phone. You can do many things you would do on your phone without having to use your phone.

You can send and receive SMS messages directly from your computer and reply to messages from popular chat platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.

The extension lets you share files and links between your devices easily so you can pick up where you left off and not have to stop what you were doing.

It will also notify you of incoming phone calls and notifications, and you can dismiss those notifications on your computer, and it’ll be dismissed on your phone as well.

Puhsbullet also takes security seriously and protects your data with end-to-end encryption so no one can peek into your messages.


Pushbullet is free to download and use on the Chrome Web Store, and you can download it from this link.

18- Google Keep Chrome Extension

Average Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars.

If you use Google Keep regularly, this extension will be beneficial to you. We all stumble upon interesting ideas orbits of the internet while browsing, and Save to Google Keep lets you send those to your Google Keep notes.

You can use the extension to save text, images, and URLs. You will then take notes on the contents you saved to highlight or explain certain parts. It also lets you label your notes as an easy way of categorizing your notes.

Once saved to Google Keep, you will be able to access those notes from your Google Keep account on any device you’re using, thanks to the automated syncing. Google Keep is available for Android, iOS, and Wear, and all those platforms will save with the extension seamlessly.


The app (Google Keep) and the extension (Save to Google Keep) are available to download for free. You can get their chrome extension from the browser’s web store here.

19- Momentum

Average Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars.

Like Infinity New Tab, Momentum will replace your new tab with a personal dashboard that’s not only more useful but also more beautiful to look at, so you are greeted by something pleasant every morning before you start your work.

Momentum replaces your dull new tab look with a new gorgeous photo that changes every day and an inspirational quote to help you start your day in a great mood.

It also gives you to-do lists and reminders to get your work done and track your tasks as you get them done. You can also set daily intentions, helping you stay focused and not getting drifted into other tasks.

The dashboard is customizable, and you can show or hide widgets as you go, and you can set your uptime and downtime in the options for the Balance Mode.

Momentum Plus gives you some extra features such as Asana, Trello, Wunderlist, Google Tasks, and GitHub’s integrations. It also allows you to change the photo or quote of the day if you feel like they don’t fit your day. Or you can even add your own quotes and background photos.

You will also get customizable fonts, colors, themes, and widgets. You also get enhanced to-dos and a notes widget as well.


The Momentum Chrome Extension is free to download from here. Momentum Plus starts at $3.33/month.

20- Dropbox for Gmail

Average Rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars.

If you use Dropbox for your files and live the cloud life, this extension should be handy.

Dropbox for Gmail is a Chrome extension that lets you send and preview Dropbox files and links right from your Gmail – and you don’t even need to leave the tab. This can be a great time-saver if you are using Dropbox for your files and work.

The extension will add a Dropbox button to Gmail compose to share the files directly using it. You’ll also be able to access your important files using the recent files tab quickly.

Can’t find the file you’re looking for right away? Use their fast search tool to find the tool and send it right away.


Dropbox for Gmail is available for free, and you can get it here. The free Dropbox account is called Dropbox Basic and gives you 2 GB of storage. After that, you will need to upgrade to one of their paid plans that start at $9.99/month for more storage.

21- Google Input Tools

Average Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.

Google Input Tools is a Chrome Extension by Google that can help you type in the language of your choice anywhere on the web.

This extension lets you switch to typing in a different language with a mouse’s click and switch back in seconds. Their virtual keyboard supports more than 90 languages, and it supports full IMEs and direct transliteration for more than 30 scripts. It also supports handwriting input for more than 40 languages, so the keyboard does not limit you.

You can set a shortcut to launch the keyboard and change, then modify those shortcuts on the settings page. There are also shortcuts to toggle between your languages and punctuation, revert to the last input tool used, and toggle the current input tool.

You need to know that Google Input Tools doesn’t let you use it to write in the address bar, on the Chrome App Store, or inside other Chrome extensions due to security reasons.

You can also find this video that explains how to install it and start using it in less than a minute:


This extension is completely free to download and use, and you can find it on their Chrome Web Store here. 

22- CRXMouse Chrome Gestures

Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars.

CRXMouse is a chrome extension for productivity made for the tech-savvy among us who can really appreciate saving time with mouse gestures. Those milliseconds saved in every action can indeed add up at the end to considerable time in the long run, and this app is the solution that gives you back this time.

You can set and customize certain gestures such as clicking and dragging to open tabs to save time, and once used to them, they are actually pretty simple, and they’ll come second nature to you – given that you keep using it and Google Chrome, of course.

It works on google chrome on any OS, including Windows. Linux, and Mac (not clear whether it works on Chrome OS, but there is no reason it shouldn’t). You can also import and export those configurations in seconds.

Google does have some security restrictions on some of its own pages that prevent those gestures from working there, but it works seamlessly on all other pages.

Their video also explains how it works really well:


This extension is completely free. There are no paid versions of it and no ads. You don’t even need to make an account to use it. Simply install it and start using it right away. To download it and learn about all the available shortcuts, go to their Chrome Web Store page.

23- Take Webpage Screenshots Entirely – Fireshot

Average Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars.

Fireshot is a chrome extension that lets you take screenshots instantly, save them to your device, send them to OneNote, or email them. The extension lets you take full web page screenshots or just sections of the page. You can then edit and annotate your captures to highlight certain parts.

There are options to save your screenshots as JPEG, GIF, PNG, or even PDF to your device. You can also print them directly without wasting any time. There is also an option to capture all your tabs in one click and save them to a single PDF.

The editing options let you resize or crop the images and add text, arrow annotations, and blurred areas to the images. Another option is to directly upload to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and Google Picasa straight from the app.

Fireshot works online and offline, so you can use it even if you’re not connected to the internet.


There are two versions available of Fireshot; Fireshot & Fireshot Pro, the latter being the premium version that costs $39.95 (one-time purchase). You can download their chrome extension for free from here.

24- Nimbus Screenshot & Screen Video Recorder

Average Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars.

Nimbus is a screenshot and video recorder that gives you great functionality right within your Google Chrome tabs.

The extension allows users to capture all of their screens and edit or annotate them easily. You can also record videos from your screen and webcam and trim or crop them. The extension can also convert these videos into gifs and mp4 files.

Video recording isn’t limited to your tabs. You can use it to record videos of you using whatever programs on your computer and even add your own watermarks later in the videos.

After taking your screenshots or videos, you can easily share them from the app. Then, you can upload those videos directly to YouTube to publish them or to Google Drive and Dropbox.

You can save your screenshots in different formats, including PDF, ready to be printed right away. Taking screenshots and videos can be done either through the small icons on the address bar or using a hotkey shortcut to launch the app for instant captures.


The Nimbus Chrome extension is available for free on the Chrome Web Store here. There is a premium version with some of the more advanced features, such as video trimming and editing, and it starts at $4.99/month or $24.99/year.

25- Kami Extension – PDF and Document Annotation

Average Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars.

Kabi is a Chrome extension that allows users to write, annotate, type, and comment on any existing document they have or create something from scratch using a blank page and bring it to life.

The app is intuitive as it was originally designed to be used in Classrooms to help students engage and interact.

You can use it to take great notes in work or college and annotate them just how you want to convert those files into PDF for printing or save them to Google Drive directly from the app. The full integration with LMS and the extension’s online support means you won’t run into any issues you can’t solve. They also integrate with Schoology, Canvas, and Google Classroom.


There are three options available; the free version, the education licenses, and the enterprise. For enterprise pricing, you will need to contact them at Sales@Kamiapp.com. The Chrome extension itself is free to download and use, and you can get it here.

These are the 25 best productivity extensions for Google Chrome. I have found these extensions beneficial for me, and their ratings and number of downloads prove that the millions of people around the world using them have found their value.

The best part is that they can help you in many aspects such as time management, project management, task management, and more, leading to more productive use of the internet, which is the ultimate goal.

If you have any questions, comments, ideas, or suggestions, I’d love to hear them and answer them as soon as possible. So just make sure to drop me a comment down below or send an email. See you next time, and have a productive day!

One thought on “25 Best Chrome Extensions for Productivity

  1. Pingback: My Homepage

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *