Chrome no longer requires you to be signed in to install apps from the Chrome Web Store, a change that expands access to applications and extensions to all.
Google has made it easy to see which Chrome apps on the Web Store are popular in a users' country, and which apps are also available on Android.
The Chrome Web Store - the browser's online stop for web apps, extensions and themes - has tweaked the results it presents for search results.
Google Chrome has an excellent way to quickly access your favourite Web Apps, in this How-To, I show you how to create your own App.
Several new web apps have been announced today by Google in a Google+ post, and they are already up and available on the Chrome Web Store for you to install.
Google have recently rolled out a new favicon for the Web Store, sporting a semi-circular Chrome icon on a front-facing white tote bag.
For this week's extension review, I wanted to write about something that works great as a standalone product, as well as featuring great integration with Google Drive. I think I've found that perfect something...
If you happen to be using Google's wide range of services for pretty much everything, then maybe you should think about installing the Black Menu extension. It's pretty neat-o...
Google+. I just can't get enough of it. I have installed several extensions from the Chrome Web Store for Google+ that either saves me time or encourages me to post more on the platform.