Chrome extensions are becoming more and more common as websites increasingly rely on automated software to keep track of time and weather updates.
The extensions add a new and sometimes helpful feature to websites that allows users to see and record time in real time.
One of the earliest online time tracking extensions was created by a developer named Alex Ponce.
Ponce’s extension added a timer to his Google Chrome browser to record and display how long it would take for a user to complete a task or check a box on a webpage.
Now, Ponce has added the ability to record time with a new extension that allows you to add a timestamp.
With a little digging, you can see that Ponce updated his extension to add this new timestamp feature to his Chrome browser:The extension has been available for the past month on Chrome OS.
Pone’s extension has also been featured in a number of news sites, including TechCrunch, Forbes, and Motherboard.
Google has released the extension for both Chrome OS and Android.