ChromePlus Review: A fantastic alternative to Chrome

By on August 14, 2010
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A great number of built-in features set it apart from its mother browser.

One of the advantages of open source development is that it opens the door of potential to spawn great alternatives from the original core code. Once such example is ChromePlus, a brilliant alternative to Google Chrome based on the Chrominium source code that packs in a number of built-in features, with a level of polish and usability found in no extensions.

To quickly term what ChromePlus stands for, it is what to Google Chrome what Maxthon is to IE. Owned by a relatively unknown Maple Studio, the ChromePlus project aims to develop additions and features that negate the need to install extensions and provide enough nuts and bolts to tweak for a tailored user experience. ChromePlus is especially useful for those wanting to shift from Firefox as it may soften the move a bit as the extension scenario for Google Chrome is still young and sometimes not upto snuff with the quality of extensions found for Firefox.

ChromePlus v1.4.1.0: An feature-rich alternative for Google Chrome.

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