Extension allows you to read articles from (supported) sites that implement a paywall. You can also add a domain as custom site and try to bypass the paywall. Weekly updates are released for fixes and new sites.
No longer in the Chrome store because it got DMCA'd.
Carbonyl is a Chromium based browser built to run in a terminal. It supports pretty much all Web APIs including WebGL, WebGPU, audio and video playback, animations, etc. It's snappy, starts in less than a second, runs at 60 FPS, and idles at 0% CPU usage. It does not require a window server (i.e. works in a safe-mode console), and even runs through SSH. Carbonyl originally started as html2svg and is now the runtime behind it.
A Chrome addon which lets you right-click and save Instagram pictures.
An addon plugin for Google Chrome and Chromium which detects HTTP error codes and asks if you'd like to see an archived copy at the Internet Archive instead. Also gives you the option to submit the URL you're looking at to the Wayback Machine so it can be archived.
A list of CLI flags and switches for Chromium, updated just about daily.
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