IP Address Tool – Update for Chrome

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From left to right: How the previous version looked (v0.0.1.1123) and how the new version (v0.0.1.1127) looks.

Today, we released our first update for IP Address Tool (v0.0.1.1127) for the Google Chrome web browser. Which is available to download right now free of charge. This update is now available with French language supported, it adds one more language – making a total of five (5) supported languages to-date.

Although we haven’t announced IP Address Tool on our developers blog (but the post was written upIt’s now live here), it’s been available on the Google Chrome webstore since 2013/09/15 and has been downloaded by over 5,000 Chrome users.

What’s new?

  • New Design – Updated to use v3.x
  • Now available in French

Time Saver
On average it takes about 4.9 – 7.5 seconds to open a new tab (Chrome) and search “IP” or “My IP” to find out your current IP address. This will take even longer if your search engine isn’t set to Google search and if you use the address bar (sometimes called the “omnibox”) as the search box or not. *

Pricing and Availability
The IP Address Tool is available right now for Windows & Mac at no charge on the Google Chrome Web Store worldwide. Currently, not supported on Chrome for iOS or Android.

Supported Language
IP Address Tool is currently available in the following languages – It will be available in other languages in upcoming releases;

  • English
  • English (Great Britain)
  • English (USA)
  • Spanish
  • French

Download Options
You can download now via the Google Chrome Web Store

Bugs, Ideas, feedback and more
If you find any bugs in this release as per usual please report them via the official system support emails for bugs will simply be ignored, sorry! (Bug Bounty Program).

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Same as before – Chrome does a good job of updating your extensions automatically, but it checks for updates on its own schedule – around every two hours or if you relaunch Chrome. If you know that a new version of an extension is out but Chrome hasn’t updated it yet, here’s how to do it manually.


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The Boring Legal Stuff:
* Enable the Instant Chrome feature to get even quicker results from the address bar (sometimes called the “omnibox”)
** Information is retrieved from www.ifconfig.me and will never be collected, saved or shared.
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