Look Up Wikipedia, Google Translate & Maps is a language translator extension for chrome. it's a free extension and is featured in Productivity, it has 1,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 4.33 from 12 rated user, last update is 1846 days ago.
Use this extension to: * look up a word or group of words in Wikipedia, Wiktionary, or Oxford Advanced American Dictionary * translate a word or whole text into your language using Google Translate * look up an address in Google Maps Simply mark the word/text/address with your mouse cursor and then right-click it to open Chrome's context menu. Choose "Look up" and your desired action. Use the options page to manually change your preferred language. This extension has been optimized for lightweight, performance, and privacy. In contrast to many similar extensions, it uses no background resources (you can verify this with Chrome's built-in task manager) and no tracking software (Google Analytics, etc.).
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One of the best extensions! Love how it opens a popup window over the current window. PLEASE ADD: Wayback Machine and more. Provide way for users to create new lookups.
Tops, if only I use it more... Also seems like it should be a builtin Google Chrome function :/ Only here because I want currency conversion incorporated :) And translate with / like this ONE - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/google-translate/aapbdbdomjkkjkaonfhkkikfgjllcleb
whats this thing about google maps inframe