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Published: Sep 14 2012 / 09:27

Google Chrome team recently imposed a new and strange restriction: Users can’t install extensions, apps and userscripts from third-party sources. This simply means that developers must upload their items on Google’s Chrome Web Store. Although, Google provides inline installation option for the developers which allows users to install extensions and apps directly from the developers’ site and there is a workaround to install add-ons from third-party sources.
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