I was finally won over by Apple about three years ago (I was a stalwart Android/ Windows advocate before) and I often wonder why it took me so long to see the light.

But there is one thing I cannot give up, and that is Google Chrome. The first thing I do whenever I get a new Apple device is ditch Safari and install Chrome as my web browser of choice. 

Chrome is fast, efficient and integrates across multiple devices allowing me to switch from my work based Mac to my iPhone to my Windows Asus laptop (one day, I will justify purchasing a MacBook Air for home). 

Not only does Chrome help me in my personal life, juggling a career, family and house renovation, but also professionally too.

One of the best features of Chrome is the extensions. 

"Extensions are simple tools that are designed to increase the functionality of your browser while you use it".

In the article below Neil Patel has highlighted 13 of his top Google Chrome extensions. 

Some are already firm favourites at Equinet, and we use them on a daily basis, such as Grammarly, BuzzSumo and SEMRush

But others are new to me, and I am looking forward to trying them out, such as Tool #10: Save to Pocket

What a genius idea.

Save to Pocket allows you to quickly save articles you want to come back to and reference in a later project, and it recommends articles based on the topic you’ve saved. 

How often do you stumble across something online that you want to read but haven't got time? And then, when you do have time you can't find it again? I'm sure it's not just me.