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Google reveals Chrome extensions plan

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Google has finally revealed its plan to build into Chrome what is arguably its most requested feature: the google chrome logo Google reveals Chrome extensions planability to accept extensions that can customize how the open-source Web browser operates. When Google launched Chrome, they promised from the get-go the ability to add extensions, much like it’s competitor, Mozilla Firefox.

And AdBlock makes a specific appearance on the list of extension uses that Google said it would like to support eventually:

• Bookmarking/navigation tools: Delicious Toolbar, StumbleUpon, Web-based history, new tab page clipboard accelerators.

• Content enhancements: Skype extension (clickable phone numbers), RealPlayer extension (save video), Autolink (generic microformat data–addresses, phone numbers, etc.)

• Content filtering: AdBlock, Flashblock, privacy control, parental control

• Download helpers: video helpers, download accelerators, DownThemAll, FlashGot

• Features: ForecastFox, FoxyTunes, Web Of Trust, GooglePreview, BugMeNot

It looks like people really, really want the support of extensions built into Chrome!

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