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Posts Tagged ‘browser extensions’

Chrome Extension “Rather” Lets You Filter Out And Replace Any Words On Twitter

Chrome Extension "Rather" Lets You Filter Out And Replace Any Words On Twitter

Tired of the inspirational quotes on Twitter? Miley overload? Kanye overkill?

Check out Chrome’s browser extension Rather, which lets you scan Facebook and Twitter for mentions of words or phrases you don’t care to hear about, and replace them with something else of your choosing.

Here’s how it works.

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Less Is More With Twipster, A Browser Extension For A Minimal Twitter Experience

Have you used Readability?

It’s a free web and mobile app that turns any web page into a clean, comfortable reading view.

Twipster is like Readibility, specially for Twitter.com. Here’s what it looks like, and why you should try it out.

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Free Web Extension Picks Out The Most Tweetable Sentences From Articles

If you’ve ever wished you could hear the trite phrase “There’s an app for that” in response to the matter of being able to quickly and actionably extract the most tweetable content from an article or post, start counting your lucky stars.

Paul Ford, former web editor of Harper’s, created a free web extension called SavePublishing.

Here’s how it works.

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Chrome Browser Extension Lets You Bring Back Instagram Thumbnails In Tweets

So, you’re probably aware of the Instagram vs. Twitter rift, in which Twitter cut off Instagram’s “find friends from Twitter” feature after which Instagram disabled photo integration with Twitter.

Many Instagram users still share their ‘grams directly to Twitter, but now their followers have to click the image link and be taken to Instagram, rather than being able to expand the image right in Twitter. Kind of annoying.

But, there’s a solution.

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