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Author:
Did You Mean?

Category:
Search Tools

Version:
3.1.0

Users:
40000

Rating:
5

Size:
357KiB

Price:
Free

Updated:
January 11, 2021

Webstore Link:
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/did-you-mean/gjnkjcjcllglnnlejjjaadbmomdancfm

Developer's site:
http://didyoumeanapp.com

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version 3.1.0  - Download ZIP file

Description

Everybody makes mistypes, all day long. Sometimes, if you are aware of those mistakes, you can immediately correct them, but it takes time and your time is precious.

This extension is built to help you save your precious time by recommending you potential corrections of your mistype in the autocomplete of your Chrome browser’s address bar.

How does it work? Fairly simple. You type in the address bar a search term. When we detect a potential mistype, we will provide you a clickable reminder in the autocomplete. If you recognize the mistake and accept our recommendation, just click on it and we will take you to the result page of the correct spelling of your search query.

We provide a list of common mistakes that people make when they type inside this extension’s user interface to help you understand how it works better in action.

Permissions used and reasons:

1. Access to “cookies” (optional). We require this permission to customize and modify your search engine as well as to keep autocomplete default suggestions. It’s optional because if you don’t allow permission to use cookies, we will not need it. Once after you grant permission to use cookies, you can always revoke it at any time.
2. Change your default search engine to our private domain secured-browse.net powered by Yahoo. We require this permission to use our search domain as a placeholder and to provide you the functionality in the autocomplete suggestions of your address bar. Inside this extension, we support Yahoo, Google, and Bing. You can switch to a different provider at any time inside the Settings section.

How to remove this extension?

If you want to remove our extension, go to “Settings” on Chrome, and find our extension in the “Extensions” tab. Click “remove”. Alternatively, you can right-click on the extension’s icon on your browser and select “Uninstall” from the drop-down menu.

Chrome™ is a trademark of Google LLC. The use of it does not imply any affiliation to or endorsement by Google LLC.

By adding this extension to your Chrome browser, you accept and agree to our Privacy Policy and End-User License Agreement.

Privacy Policy: https://www.didyoumeanapp.com/privacy

EULA: https://www.didyoumeanapp.com/terms

FAQ: https://www.didyoumeanapp.com/#faq

Contact: https://www.didyoumeanapp.com/#contact

Uninstall: https://www.didyoumeanapp.com/uninstall

What has inspired us?

Extore is a team of professionals who are passionate about creating extensions for web browsers. This devotion also gives us opportunity to appreciate work of other people. We get inspired by useful, open source extensions made by developers all over the world. Our strong belief is that one should share helpful add-ons with others. That’s why we’d like to present you our ever-growing list of favourite extensions that have inspired us. Moreover, as you probably have already learned, sometimes struggling for the best brings an end to the good. Talking about add-ons it often turns out that an upgrade is worse then previous version. Also it can become really tricky to get back to the beloved version of your favourite extension. That’s why we’re going to make not only the latest, but all versions of our favourite (and we hope yours too) add-ons available for download. No more compromises, just stick to the version you really like!