Here’s a Minimalist Yet Useful New Tab Extension For Chrome


Right now, Chrome, by default, opens up a new tab page with a Google search box, quick links to frequently visited sites and other links related to Google at the top-right side (provided you are logged in with a Google account). So if you are thinking about spicing up your old and boring new tab page, then you will want to search for a good extension.

When you search for a new tab page extension on the Chrome web store, you will find many such extensions. But the question is, what functionality do you want in this new tab extension? If you want to add features such as a to-do list, stunning backgrounds, new themes, quick links, taking notes, the current time, etc., then here’s one extension for you.

Leoh extension for Chrome

Leoh is a Chrome extension that doesn’t only function well but also looks great while doing so. This extension will do everything that’s listed above.¬†After installing this extension, you will be presented with a welcome page which will list everything on how to use the extension. It will show you information on how to open the options panel, quick links, notepad, news and such.

Chrome leoh-settings

It is worth mentioning that Leoh syncs to your Google account, which means you can sign in to your account with all your settings intact. Also the extension offers the option to display a “Task of the day” so that you are reminded of the tasks you want to perform. Other features include beautiful photography, a clean design and a big clock.
So go ahead and get this extension from the Chrome web store by searching for it or click on the below link.

Install Leoh from Chrome web store

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Saqib Khan
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