Our Browser Extensions and Apps

Here is the list of few browser extensions and apps maintained by us. We have created these extensions for our own use, and believe that other users would also find them useful.

Chrome and Chromebook

Firefox

Opera

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Microsoft Edge

Coming soon

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Posted by Arpit

Arpit is a web enthusiast watching browsers for long. He maintains several browser-based tools including many popular extensions. Follow Arpit on Twitter, or email him at editor@browsernative.com.

27 Responses

  1. ilfrnz says:

    Hi

    I am using Tweetright on firefox but it seems you are not supporting this extension any more.

    If so I will not bother you anymore with a problem I’m having

    Regards

    Alessandro

  2. suntari abdulmunim says:

    thank you

  3. LoneWolffe says:

    Great extension. Can we add a timeout after hitting the “Tweet” button to autoclose the popup windows after five seconds?

    Thanks.
    -Benji

    “There’s no such thing as a foolproof system. Someone will make a better fool, tomorrow.” @LoneWolffe

  4. Dice says:

    Hi, I’ve been using Feedly Subscribe Button on Chrome. Since the recent update of Chrome, Subscribe icon disappears when I open some tabs. Also, every time when I click the button, Chrome hides automatically and then blank speak balloon appears below the button. Please take a look. Thank you.

  5. Matt says:

    I am having the exact same experience as Dice above me. Running on OS X with latest stable Chrome.

  6. ramin says:

    dear sir
    if i want share *.txt file contain
    or *.htm can you guide about application do that automatically?
    infact fast share should open ‘htm and then select text
    and then share
    ineed application do it completely

    sincerely
    ramin

  7. jake says:

    The incognito is opening a separate window, but also leaving it opened in the other browser, so the cookies and history are still being recorded. I cannot find where to change my settings to say how I want the app to work. Please help…

  8. @Jake: the Incognito window loads in a separate process, and cookies etc. are not shared with normal mode tabs. When you close an incognito window, the associated browsing data get deleted automatically.

  9. Bret says:

    Thanks for the pinboard extension!

  10. Jesse says:

    — Share on Twitter Google Chrome incognito mode issue —

    Clicking the button in incognito mode opens new tweet in regular browser.

    Example:
    – Sign out of twitter in chrome
    – Open new chrome incognito window (ctrl + shift + n)
    – sign into twitter
    – find something to share & click the ‘share on twitter’ button
    – popup opens in regular browser and asks you to ‘sign in & tweet’

    The button should launch the popup in the same mode as the browser, so that the active cookies can be used, if this was working correctly it would already show your twitter account when you click the button, because the incognito window has an active twitter cookie.

    Can you fix this or add an option for users?

    Thanks in advance!

  11. Arpit says:

    @Jesse: Thanks for reporting this bug. I’ve fixed it! :-)

  12. Joe says:

    Hi,
    I understand that you’ve just updated the tweetright/share on twitter for firefox on 30th July, the day I am writing this comment.
    Issue is, the button is missing. I’ve tried removing it from the firefox, reboot my pc and reinstalled but it doesn’t work.
    Thanks.

  13. Ramson says:

    Thanks for your Bing Background App. Recently bought a Chromebook, moved to dev channel, and discovered this app. IMHO, this is the BEST CHROMEBOOK APP. Alas, not available to all chromebook owners.

    Could you please explain why this app is only available for dev channel users?

  14. alex says:

    i’m using firefox
    is it can possible to color the twitter icon in blue ?

    NOW IS BLACK

    sorry for my bad english

  15. Kristen says:

    have bought your bing wallpaper app and loving it. thanks :)

  16. Leonard Grossman says:

    What happened to your Facebook Share button.

    Len

  17. Arpit Kumar says:

    @Len: It should work properly. Are you facing any problem?

  18. metalfan says:

    How to get opera on a samsung chromebook and imvu?

  19. Arpit Kumar says:

    @MetalFan: You can’t install other browsers like Opera on a Chromebook. :(

  20. Martin says:

    Hi Arpit, which technology you used for reading the zip central directory?

  21. Arpit Kumar says:

    @Martin: I guess your are asking for unzipping zip archive files on Chromebooks. Right?

    Well, Chromebooks have native support for unzipping “.zip” files. Just click on them in the “Files” app. You can also zip files.

  22. chonghua says:

    I think WP Write have some bugs,Can’t remember the password,Repost, will generate another article, After the release Will automatically open the post page

  23. gaby says:

    i really think other people should try this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!: )

  24. Desiree says:

    Im very interested in a app that i can use to upload images or video to instagram and also how i can DM on instagram? Please help

  25. Arasawa Hilloaky says:

    appreciate you.

  26. Ron Payne says:

    Still would like to see an immediate window/tab closure after clicking the Tweet button. It’s the reason why I quit using AddThis. Their “Thank You” page for FB and having to close it and Twitter’s tab just clicks you to death. It’s too much aggravation, when you do not need to close tabs after posting to FB/Twitter. Everyone knows where to go IF they really want to go to a FB or Twitter site. For faster posting, auto-closure after click the post buttons would be great. I see some sites already use this feature.

  27. Ronald says:

    Re: Share on Twitter (Firefox)

    This extension would be better if it would open in a popup window, allow you to click Tweet button and then CLOSE popup window after tweet sent. Many people like me do not want to go to the Twitter page/site after a tweet and having to close a tab is just another UNNECESSARY click.

    In fact, my share button for Facebook is a joy to use as it closes the window after I click the FB paste button. Allows me to share more content and much faster to FB. Not so with your Twitter share extension.

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