Android Central Chrome Extension

We have a new mission: Make getting the latest and greatest content from Android Central as quick and as easy as possible. And to that end, we're proud to present the Android Central Chrome Extension

As the name implies, it's an extension that lives in your Chrome browser that serves up the latest headlines from us, Android Central. No mucking about with RSS feeds. (You can find our feeds here.) No separate Android apps. (We've got a really good one here that you should download ASAP.) A full web page? Bah. (You should really check out this extension while simultaneously browsing our web page.) 

Just install, click the Lloyd icon in your browser, and you're good to go. It's quick, it's easy, and it's available now.


Reader comments

Introducing the all-new Android Central Chrome extension!


What's next? The ability to Chromecast from the AC app? Pebble notifications from the AC app? A Glass compatible app? Sheesh. How much AC does one person need? :D

Read title, then click on it, find link to extension, install, then read the article. Again, installed without hesitation. You guys are awesome.

Looks pretty good next to Google Mail Checker, Hangouts and Google Cast!

Am I the only one who noticed the extension in the pic in the Chromecast review and went looking for it in the store?

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I love this, now I don't HAVE to visit the site every four minutes. I can just click the guy up there.

Only issue I am seeing is that when clicking on something within the extension, Chrome opens it up in two tabs.

Anyone else seeing this issue?

Whoa, my usability of AC jumped with the new app...never did expect this :)

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This is great and all but i have one issue. I **just** installed it and the information is not as current as the AC website. My most recent atricle from the extension is an hour old whereas online there are other articles at least an hour befor that. How often does the extension update? If it is not current then I might as well stick with the website.