7 Best ChatGPT Chrome Extensions You Need to Check Out!

ChatGPT Chrome Extensions

ChatGPT has revolutionized our interaction with artificial intelligence. Now, with the help of chrome extensions, it has brought this technology right into our browser. With cutting-edge AI technology, ChatGPT’s chrome extensions are sure to make your time on the internet more efficient and enjoyable. From improving productivity to simplifying the online browsing experience, these extensions offer a range of benefits that are hard to resist. 

So in this article, we’ll explore the 7 best ChatGPT Chrome extensions that can help you make the most of this powerful technology. Let’s see how ChatGPT can change how you use the internet!

List of the 7 Best ChatGPT Chrome Extensions

  • ChatGPT writer
  • YouTube Summary
  • Web ChatGPT
  • Promptheus
  • Chat GPT for Gmail
  • Merlin
  • Summarize

1. ChatGPT Writer

First on the list is an all-in-one email and message-writing ChatGPT extension called  ChatGPT writer. This extension works perfectly on all chromium-based browsers and on all websites and provides you with all the needed messages and emails. To get started, all you need is to add it to your chrome browser and type in what you want it to write about. This add-on will take only a few seconds to generate your message or email. After that, you can copy and paste it wherever you want to send that generated message.  Moreover, you can also write replies to your previous message and emails just by adding context. 

2. Youtube Summary

Runner up on this list is a video summarizing the extension called Youtube summary with chatGPT. Watching hours-long videos sometimes can be tiresome and time-consuming. To lessen this hassle, this simple yet powerful extension comes in handy. All you need to do is add this extension to your browser and log in. After that, a youtube summary box will appear beside every video you play, and by clicking on that box, you can get the video Transcript. Moreover, by clicking on the “View Ai summary,” you can get a quick summary of that video as well. Even though it works perfectly for any video but the accuracy level depends on the audio clarity of the video. 

3. Web Chatgpt

On number 3, we have, another ChatGPT extension known as WebChatGPT that can add more preciseness to the result and information provided by ChatGPT. Due to the limitation of knowledge, sometimes this tool lacks in providing you with the latest information on the internet. However, you can overcome this limitation just by adding this extension to your browser. After adding the extension and entering a prompt, it allows ChatGPT to search the web for all types of relevant links. You can also filter the search result and information based on time, region, and the number of results. Moreover, you can also turn off the web-based search with just one click as well. 

4. Promptheus

Coming up, we have Promptheus a Chat GPT AI-powered chrome extension that can help you create high-quality content using your voice. To get started with this simple add-on, all you need to do is to install it. After installing it on your browser, it will hover on the right side of the ChatGPT conversation window.  However, you can turn this add-on into a voice assistant by holding the spacebar to enable the mic and directly talking to ChatGPT. With this extension, you can save time and effort in typing long queries. 

5. Chat GPT for Gmail

ChatGPT for Gmail offers a free, open-source browser extension for Gmail that provides suggestions for writing your emails faster and simpler than ever before. This process of completing emails is very simple and easy. Whenever you will open your Gmail to write an email, with just one clicks on the icon on the left side, you will get suggestions for your email. After installing this extension to your browser, all you need to do is just write the main context of the email, and with the help of ChatGPT, it will complete the email for you. Along with quick composing of the email, it also adds manners and conjunctions to the email. Moreover, this extension can help you to complete the subject of your email and fix the typos as well. 

6. Merlin

Moving on, we have Merlin, a ChatGPT-powered assistant. This powerful extension perfectly works across the whole browser and all your favorite websites, such as Gmail, LinkedIn, GitHub, and anywhere you search or type online. It does not require you to sign in to your chatGPT account to use this extension. To get started, all you need to do is select online content and click on Ctrl+M(for windows) and Cmd+M (Mac) to open the merlin box. After that, you need to specify Whether you want to create a reply, summarize, or something else. Moreover, it can also provide GPT responses on all your google searches. 

7. Summarize

Last on this list is an extension called Summarize, which provides summaries for texts such as articles, blog posts, emails, or any other websites. Having this add-on can make your life easier if you are short on time or skimming through long articles and need a quick summary of any content. To use this extension, just open any piece of content and click on the extension icon. With the help of ChatGPT, it will provide you with a neat summary within seconds. With this extension, you can avoid the hassle of copy-paste process or leaving the website to write a summary of the content. 

Wrapping Up

So that was all about the 7 Best ChatGPT Chrome Extensions You Need to Check Out. From text prediction to summarization and language translation, these extensions cover a wide range of functionalities that can save you time and effort while using the internet. So, whether you’re a student, a professional, or just someone who spends a lot of time online, give these extensions a try and see how they can make your life easier. With these powerful tools at your disposal, you can browse the internet more efficiently and get more done in less time.

Santos Cruickshank

Santos Cruickshank

With years of software development experience under his belt, Santos Cruickshank has always been passionate about learning about different kinds of software for PC and apps for smartphones. Santos Cruickshank has been one of the lead developers for Slack back in 2017 and now works as a freelance software developer. Apart from that, he also loves to write and educate people about software development and how to use them.