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Umify Available on the Chrome Web Store

August 24, 2020 by Benjamin Hollon
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I am proud to announce that my Google Chrome Extension, Umify, is now available for download in the Chrome Web Store!

What is Umify? To put it simply, Umify randomly adds “like,” “y’know,” and similar words to webpages when they load. It’s loads of fun and can have you laughing aloud when reading an ordinary Wikipedia article. Not a single person that I’ve shown Umify to hasn’t been laughing by the end.

Want to see an example? Here’s a passage from Shakespeare’s Hamlet:

To be, or not to be, that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles
And by opposing end them.

— William Shakespeare, Hamlet

Press “Umify It” to view the Umified version.

Isn’t that fun? You can download Umify from the Chrome Web Store today by following the link below:

Available in the chrome web store


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1👏 Impressive1😂 Funny1🎉 Hooray😜 Silly2🥑 Avocado

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3 comments

AvatarPeter  8 months ago

If you use Umify and click Umify It, there's even more craziness.

AvatarDine  7 months ago

but you said to not use Chrome....

AvatarBenjamin Hollon  6 months ago

Hey, Dine! The Chrome Web Store also works on all Chromium-based browsers. For example, on Brave, which I recommended. I do keep meaning to port this over to Firefox too-- I just keep forgetting!

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