Enlarge-Zoom Images to Full Size Automatically: Google Chrome Extension – Hover Zoom

 Enlarge Zoom Images to Full Size Automatically: Google Chrome Extension   Hover Zoom

Whenever you’re using a browser like Internet Explorer, you miss many things. One of the recent extensions which Google Chrome provides is the Hover Zoom extension. If you’re the old fashioned way, and you use IE, you’ve to click to 2-3 times to see an enlarged view of the image in Flickr, Amazon etc.  This is a bit annoying and time-consuming.

Welcome Google Chrome and ! This extension automatically enlarges thumbnails to their full size without the hardship of clicking through many links. It works on all thumbnails with links it can properly parse – direct image links, including links on popular sites like Amazon, Flickr, Devian Art, Facebook and more.  The options provided by the Hover Zoom Chrome extension are many more. You can view the extension icon in the address bar, show images captions, set the delay time for displaying a image or picture, fading animation duration. As an advanced option, you can also add viewed pictures to the browser’s history. You can also disable Hover Zoom for specific sites. You can set Hot keys for activating Hover Zoom and also full Zoom.

 Enlarge Zoom Images to Full Size Automatically: Google Chrome Extension   Hover Zoom

But the sad part is, when I tried to view pictures in , it doesn’t seem to work. As I learned from the later, that no extension works on Chrome extensions .  So this extends to Google Images also, may be.

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  • Chris

     Hi, the extension does work for Google images if you “move the mouse cursor over the blue text link below the image thumbnail” :)