Top 10 Chrome Extensions for Writers to Boost Productivity

Today we bring you some best Chrome Extensions for Writers. We already published an interesting article Top 10 Chrome Extensions for Gmail Users to Boost Productivity and a huge list of productivity app 50 + Best Productivity Apps to Organize your Life.
Today we are just focusing on on some Chrome extensions that will be very useful if you are a writer or blogger. With these extensions, you can improve your writings to the next level. Here we go.

1. Grammarly

An essential extension for all writers and bloggers. Once you installed this extension, Grammarly will check your spelling and grammar as you type. This is not just for writers, also it will check grammar on Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and everywhere you write on the web.

2. Evernote Web Clipper

Evernote is a must have tool for all writers. Evernote helps you to capture and save notes and ideas to use in future everywhere anytime. Evernote’s Web Clipper extension lets you clip articles, screenshots from the web and save it to your Evernote notebook.

3. Add to Wunderlist

We have listed Wunderlist into our 8 Best To Do List Apps for Task Management. with Wunderlist, you can add your tasks also you can share tasks and assignments with your friends or co-workers. Add to Wunderlist extension lets you add save anything from the web to your Wunderlist. With Wunderlist extension

With Wunderlist extension you can add your tasks from the web and get notified at the right time.

4. StayFocusd

Can’t focus on your work because of visiting social networking sites? StayFocus is just for you. It is an extension that helps you stay focused on work by restricting the amount of time you can spend on any time-wasting websites. Once your allotted time has been used up, the sites you have blocked will be inaccessible for the rest of the day.

5. Save to Google Drive

I’m a huge fan of Google Drive and Save to Google Drive extension. The combination really works for me. Save to Google drive extension helps save images, web content or browser screenshots to my personal Drive folder. You can also save HTML5 audio and video all by right-clicking and selecting ‘Save to Google Drive’.

6. Office Editing for Docs, Sheets & Slides

It is a productivity suite for writers view and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files. You won’t need to Office installed on your computer. One the extension is installed, Office files that you drag into Chrome, open in Gmail, Google Drive, will be opened with this extension.

7. Note Anywhere

Note Anywhere is a simple extension that helps you to make notes on any web page, any position. when you open that page again, the notes get loaded automatically. This is really useful to serve notes from one page to another for writing.

8. Save to Pocket

Save to Pocket is a good extension that lets you save articles, videos and more for offline reading. You should have a account to use this. Pages you saved automatically syncs to your phone, tablet or computer so you can view it at any time even without an internet connection. Also, check our Best Read It Later Apps.

9. Dropbox for Gmail

If you are a heavy Dropbox user, this extension helps you to Send and preview Dropbox files and links without leaving your Gmail window. You can easily attach seamlessly share large files and save space inside Gmail inbox.

10. Google Dictionary

With Google Dictionary extension, you can View definitions easily as you browse the web. It supported dictionaries including Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional) – Czech – Dutch – English, French, German, etc. After installing this extension, either reload your open tabs or restart Chrome.

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