In 2018, we have seen lots of new product launches by indie makers. The ecosystem around indie makers are growing rapidly and small communities like , , , inspiring more people to become indie makers. The trend of indie makers is unstoppable. The more products will launch by indie makers in 2019. work in progress women make indie hackers maker mag, maker’s kitchen Google has become the most extensively used in trend. With the available Chrome DevTools, plugins and add-ons it has been an easier way through web development. This time we are focusing on the chrome extensions built by indie makers and offered in the web store to explore. Check out these best chrome extensions: Chrome browser 1. Quick Code — Free Online Programming Courses for Chrome is an extension that serves free online programming courses in new tab of the browser everyday. With this extension, you can get updates on free online courses related to: Quick Code Various programming languages Web development Front end development Mobile apps developments Blockchain Machine learning Database Data science 2. Weather Extension Weather Extension is a browser extension (Chrome|Firefox|Opera) created to satisfy your desire for a quick way to check the forecast right in your browser. It is from . Tim The extension has over 133,000 users all around the world, and it’s been translated into 12 languages. Features available in this extension are: Powered by Dark Sky API Multiple Language Support Geo/Custom locations Choose Fahrenheit or Celsius Hourly forecast 5 day forecast 12h/24h time format Weather Alerts 3. Year Progress created this extension by keeps you motivated with its features and structure. With this extension, you can: Mubaris Nk Keep track of your growth with progress bars. Replace the (boring and white) new tab page with (fun and colorful) motivation. See exactly how much % of the day, week, month and year has progressed every time you open a new browser tab. Enjoy beautiful new image on every tab or gradients if you like. Get new motivational quotes on every tab. 4. Teeny Breaks Teeny Breaks is a Chrome extension created by for showing you one mindfulness tip based on science every time you open a new tab. This extension brings to you: Anne-Laure Le Cunff Science-based tips for mindful breaks. Mindfulness tips in each new tab you open so you can make the most of your short breaks, all backed by scientific research. 5. Mute Intercom Mute Intercom is a free Chrome extension that blocks annoying notification sounds from Intercom widgets. Created by Wojtek Witkowski 6. MultiNewTab From , With this free chrome extension you can: Alexander Sideris Use multiple ‘New Tab’ chrome extensions at the same time. Use multiple ‘New Tab’ extensions without manually enabling and disabling them. 7. Rubber Ducky Rubber Ducky is a psychology-based technique that keeps you focused and conscious to find solutions faster. Can’t decide what flavour of coffee to pick today? Trying to understand a bug in your code? Want to find a way to make your car autonomous? Can’t figure out how to use a new gadget? Talk to rubber ducky! created this amazing extension. Gleb Sabirzyanov 8. Gif Picker for Product Hunt Built by , GifKitty lets you express more by adding gifs to your comments on Product Hunt.Cheer the makers by adding a gif. Make them smile or make them cry, it’s totally up to you. Ben 9. Athena Athena is a free chrome extension for highlighting text and taking notes on PDFs and web pages. Your articles and highlights are automatically organized into one place. This extension is from . jonas max sota 10. Social Share Preview With the Social Share Preview Extension, you can see how a website’s preview looks when it’s shared on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Google+. We show you how the Preview Snippet will be displayed on all of these platforms – including Title, Description and Image. This is a free and simple little extension that helps you as a developer, blog owner or social media guy or girl. Created by Armin Ulrich Give me claps! you can give up to 50 times to the clap, and that many more people find and know this post, and of course… don’t forget to share. Let’s see that applause!