7 Browser Extensions You Didn’t Know You Needed

With so many browser extensions out there, it’s hard to keep track of which ones are worthwhile. We compiled a few of our favorites in one easy place.

If you’ve ever used a browser extension (those plugins you can pair to your browser to add certain features) you know how life-changing they can be. Some can help you with your daily tasks for work or school, and others can even help you write a paper or save money while you shop online. Whether you’re an extension expert or novice, there may be something in this list that could be game-changing.

1. Momentum for Google Chrome

With almost 5 stars and 13,000+ reviews, we had to check out Momentum for ourselves. This all-in-one productivity tool is designed to get you through the work day with friendly reminders, task organization, helpful links, inspiring quotes, weather updates, and more.

2. Honey

Who doesn’t love saving money? When you add Honey to your browser, it will automatically search for and apply coupons whenever you shop online. It’ll even test different codes and apply the best one to your cart. (Yes, including Amazon. Win.)

3. AlphaText

Find yourself (or a loved one) struggling to read small font on a web page? Fix it with AlphaText. Simply preset a font size and font family and AlphaText will automatically resize websites for you and minimize distractions for optimum reading experience.

4. Privacy

Forget to end trials before you’re enrolled into a subscription? Want extra security with your credit card online? With Privacy, you can create a virtual credit card, set charge limits, block subscription services from automatic rebilling, and more. Best of all, it’s free.

5. Grammarly

Finally, a friendly grammar tool that helps you communicate with confidence. When you’re sending an email, writing a social media post, or working on a project, Grammarly steps in and provides helpful tips on your spelling, style, and tone. You’ll never get a *you’re again.

6. FoxClocks

FoxClocks displays times around the world at the bottom of your browser so you don’t have to. Need to call a client or customer in a different time zone? Skip the guessing game with this simple and handy extension.

7. OneTab

Got a bajillion tabs open? Us too. Save your computer memory (and your brain) by using OneTab. Just click the OneTab icon to convert all of your tabs into a list. If you need to access the tabs again, you can restore them individually or one by one.

Make your web browser experience easier

Now that you can make life easier with a few browser extensions, top it all off with smooth-sailing, 5G internet. Search availability in your area to get started.

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