Google Recommends: These are the best Chrome extensions

Google has chosen the best extensions of the year for the Chrome browser. Divided into four categories, Google recommends a whole range of well-known and rather unknown extensions. It is worth taking a look at the list.

Google: These are the best Chrome extensions

The year isn’t quite over yet, but that hasn’t stopped Google from presenting the best Chrome extensions of 2022. These are divided into the categories of productivity, focus, gaming and videos, and learning. In total, Google has picked out and presented around a dozen extensions (source: Google).

In terms of productivity, Google recommends taking a closer look at Tango and Swiftread, among others. Tango makes it easy to create how-to guides, while SwiftRead trains users to read faster. The organization tool Liner is also mentioned positively, alongside the AI writing tool Compose AI.

For more focused work in the Chrome browser, Google introduces Workona Tab Manager and CrXMouse Chrome Gestures. The former extension can be used to bring order to the tab chaos, while the gesture extension can be used to create your own mouse shortcuts.

Chrome extensions for gaming and videos

Summarized in the gaming and videos category, Google recommends taking a look at RoPro, which adds some unique features to the Roblox game. With eJOY, video subtitles can be displayed in multiple languages at once. This can be helpful when learning a language.

Learning is also the focus of the last category. Equatio is a helpful math tool, while MyBib: Free Citation Generator automatically creates bibliography citations.

Many, but interestingly not all, of the winning extensions have been summarized separately by Google on a subpage in the Chrome Web Store.