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Google Killed Chrome Apps, but you can easily do your own



If you live in Chrome, goes to Chrome (which is basically all the time) but appreciate running web apps in dedicated windows for better multitasking. Applicationize is a death tool to have in your toolbox.

This can make all sites a full Chrome extension, so you can do things that open in your own window or point it to the taskbar. It adds an efficient update of web app functionality removed from Chrome for Windows and Mac recently, but it's also super useful on Chrome OS!

The use of the tool is about as easy as it gets. Skip to Application to get started.

First release the URL of the site you want to run as an app in the first step and then click the "Generate and Download Chrome Extension" button.

[19659002] Note! You can also set a custom image like the app icon, change the title, override the user agent, change the window frame color, and give specific permissions under the "Advanced" button.

] You should be notified that Chrome can not install the extension (apps / extensions not in Chrome Web Store are blocked from automatically installing now), but the add-on is still downloaded to the system default download mode. Just click OK to reject this.

From there, open the page chrome: // extensions and switch the developer mode in the upper right corner to the ON position. [19659002]

Drag and drop the downloaded extension on the page. You will have a verification dialog, but after clicking the Add button, it will be installed and added to the Chrome App launcher. You can find the app launcher at chrome: // apps / .

Note! If it tries to download the extension instead of installing it, try closing the Extensions page.

At that time you can right-click it and choose "Create shortcuts" to add the desktop.

With that you can do whatever you usually do with a app-path like, add it to the taskbar. Your new app will be launched in its own window, such as the URL bar and the other Chrome fluff, which makes it feel very built-in regardless of which system you're running. Super cool.


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