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Two Extensions For Google Services

by ducktape on February 4, 2010

Intro

Most of us who use Google Services, use more than one. Which means we use more than one extension to check our Gmail, Reader, or something else but you could also manage them under one Google Chrome Extension. And here I have two to show you.

Google Alerter

The first one, the simplier of the two is Google Alerter.  It works with Gmail, Reader, Wave and Voice. It just shows the number and nothing more.

Google Alerter Pop Up

The setting are also simple and straight forward. You disable the services you don’t use, and change the update interval (the amount of time the extension checks for your new messages).

Google Alerter Options

One Number

One Number is more featured and supports Google Apps, something that Google Alerter does not. The popup shows you a glimpse of your last message.

One Number PopupThe settings are also more advanced of those of Google Alerter, but can be confusing to some.

One Number Options

Conclusion

Both of these extensions are great. And I can recommend both. For those that want something simple, Google Alerter is the right choice. And for those who want the most out of a extension pick One Number.

Download Google Alerter here.

Download One Number here.

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推荐两枚使用Google服务的多合一扩展 » Chrome迷
02.04.10 at 10:13 am

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 smokes 02.04.10 at 8:13 am

heh, One Number seems to be better cause of the preview of the message x)

2 Alex Dedul 02.04.10 at 9:18 am

Nice, thanks 🙂

3 လင္း၀င္းသူ 02.15.10 at 11:14 am

ေက်းဇူးတင္ပါတယ္။

4 EJ Hill 07.11.10 at 4:53 pm

SOHO Mail v1.1.0 for Google Chrome OS and Web Browser is now available from http://www.box.net/shared/1gq0f2cfs6

5 Alexandr 07.26.10 at 5:34 am

One Number extension link is broken. Can’t download!

6 karen 10.17.10 at 6:36 pm

Has anyone heard of the GatherBack chrome extension (http://www.gatherback.com)? just tried out this screenshot extension for chrome and it looks pretty snazzy… would be happy to hear if anyone has had any good or bad experiences with them.

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