Users of the iOS are very familiar with AssistiveTouch, the tool that floats onscreen which you can drag and use for taking a screenshot, adjusting the sound and perform other functions. Android doesn’t have such a native feature built in, but with EasyTouch it’s now possible.
Reader by Baris Derin is one of those Firefox add ons that makes reading on the browser much easier. All too often websites use fonts, colors and styles that are hard on the eyes, but this add on is going to take care of that. Once you install this app, reading won’t be an issue anymore.
Lightshot is a Google Chrome extension that makes it easy to capture any element on your screen. Most screen capture tools today are packed with too many features that they’ve become hard to use, but this handy utility from app.prnscr.com comes with editing and sharing options that are simple to use. You can save those screen captures, copy to the clipboard or print them too.
Checker Pus from developer Jason Savard is a Gmail notification extension for Chrome that does exactly that, but this program can do a lot more. For one thing, it can read the notifications out loud, something other apps can’t do. It’s also very accessible since it’s just a click away on the Chrome toolbar, but there’s more.