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Chrome killed it with these versatile urban boots that combine durable forged rubber soles with stylish suede uppers, and durable fire hose canvas GripTape, and an anti-microbial liner so you can wear ’em with or without socks.
The Chrome Music Lab Experiments are easy to use web-based apps that let you create music or play with sound right on your desktop or mobile browser. Just a few years ago stuff like this was available only on professional software.
A Chrome browser extension that lets you turn emails sent via Gmail into unreadeable messages anytime you want. It’s like Gmail’s undo send feature except you can do it even weeks after you’ve sent the email.
The other Steve Wozniak has created this ridiculous Chrome extension which does its best to identify faces on every web page, and replace their peepers (and occasionally other orifices) with googly eyes. Guaranteed minutes of fun!
Ballloon – yep, three Ls – is a Google Chrome extension that sends images or linked files on the Web directly to your Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, Copy or SugarSync account. No need to download then upload the file.
Here’s one of the best reasons to use Google Chrome. Steven Frank’s Cloud to Butt is a Chrome extension that looks for the phrase “the cloud” in webpages and changes them into “my butt.” Check out more examples here.
A Chrome browser plugin which creates a visualization of all sites visited in your browser’s history, using nothing but Favicons – those tiny icons which appear in your toolbar. Each icon is clickable, and you can highlight by time of day.
Take a tour of Middle-earth and learn more about The Hobbit movie trilogy in this new Google Chrome experiment. You can view it from any Chrome browser, but it works best on desktop computers and high-end Android devices.
An amazing interactive music video for Arcade Fire’s latest single, directed by Vincent Morisset. Uses Google Chrome and your webcam to turn your smartphone into a virtual mirror that controls portions of the video. More info here.
Chrome’s latest bags feature a glass-bead camouflage print that’s visible when biking or hiking from up to 100 feet away at night. Our favorite is the capacious 27-liter Orlov rolltop bag. Comes in black, desert or woodland camo.
This rolltop bag has a spacious interior capable of carrying a 15″ MacBook Pro, and has separate compartments for wet and dry items. But the real trick up its sleeve is the external cargo net for carrying everything from shoes to a helmet.
This fun Google Chrome experiment transforms any website into a playing field for an online game of Super Monkey Ball. Coolest part is that you can use your smartphone as the controller for your computer’s browser.