Greasemonkey supported on Google Chrome browser

Greasemonkey extension is now natively supported by Google Chrome, and it's bringing a library of over 40,000 scripts with it. Scripts can modify your favorite webpages in all kinds of useful ways, whether it's cheating at Mob Wars, adding nested replies to Twitter, or "unf**king Facebook." If you think a website needs a cosmetic alteration […]

Greasemonkey extension is now natively supported by Google Chrome, and it's bringing a library of over 40,000 scripts with it. Scripts can modify your favorite webpages in all kinds of useful ways, whether it's cheating at Mob Wars, adding nested replies to Twitter, or "unf**king Facebook." If you think a website needs a cosmetic alteration or a user experience facelift, you can probably make it happen with scripts. Installation is quick and easy, just like installing an extension. That's because under the covers, the user script is actually converted into an extension. This means that management tasks like disabling and uninstalling work just like they do with extensions. In fact, there's over 40,000 scripts on userscripts.org alone.