Urban Dictionary Word of the Day

If you love the UrbanDictionary.com, we have a cool Chrome extension for you: Urban Dictionary Word of the Day. It is a tiny browser extension for Google Chrome and other WebExtension API supporting browsers, which sends you notifications for the Word of the Day entry on Urban Dictionary.

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How To Use?

The notification appears daily and automatically, as it checks for new entries in background and shows notifications whenever a new word of the day is available. Moreover, you can click on its toolbar button, as shown in the following screenshot, to manually open the notification.

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To read definitions of Word of the Day on UrbanDictionary.com, click on the notification bubble and you will be redirected to the definition page.

Install

The above extension is available on Google’s Chrome Web Store and can be installed from this link. Once installed successfully, no other setup or configuration is required. It would show the first notification with in few seconds.

If you like this extension, please rate it 5-stars on Chrome Web Store. For any feedback or suggestion, leave a comment below or email us at browsernative.apps@gmail.com. Explore our other browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox and other browsers.

Just to clarify, the above Urban Dictionary Word of the Day extension is not affiliated with or endorsed by UrbanDictionary.com. It has been developed and maintained by us. It doesn’t collect any usage information or any other kind of data.

Bonus Tip

If you don’t like to install a extension and would prefer email subscription for daily Word of the Day alerts, you should subscribe to the official newsletter offered by UrbanDictionary.com itself. You can find more information about this newsletter on that website. Alternately, you can follow @UrbanDictionary on Twitter to receive daily alerts in your timeline. And, if you don’t know already, users can contribute to Urban Dictionary just like Wikipedia by adding new words or improving existing definitions.

Posted by Arpit Gupta

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.

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