Google recently replaced the Black Bar with an app launcher (the 3x3 grid icon in the grey bar), which allows you to access some preset Google shortcuts. The only downside is the fact you can't customize the shortcuts displayed in the app launcher.
That's where this extension comes in. It allows you to customize the app launcher and add more then 500 Google shortcuts. And it is not limited to these 500 Google shortcuts; the extension also allows you to create custom shortcuts to every website you want.
In the settings page, which you can open via the "Configure" button in the app launcher, you can define which shortcuts you want to display in the app launcher via drag and drop (hold your mouse on a shortcut in the left list, drag it to the right list, and release your mouse). You can add or remove all shortcuts via the two buttons below the left list. The settings page also allows you to filter the 170+ Google shortcuts via the searchbox and you can easily sort your selection via the "Sort A-Z" button.
If the shortcut you want is not available in the list, you can submit a google shortcut request via the "Suggest a new google Shortcut" button. If you want to add a non Google Shortcut, add a new one via the red "add custom shortcut" button.
- This extension can access your data on all websites.
- This extension can access your tabs and browsing activity.