Latest Chrome extension overcomes partial color blindness

By Peter Chubb - May 7, 2015

Since the introduction of the Internet this has not been a very welcoming place for people suffering with color blindness, and so have had to put up with the issue. However, a new Google Chrome extension overcomes this partial color blindness and is now available for download on the Chrome Web Store.

We know there is a huge selection of Chrome extensions to choose from that helps to change colors, but the one you want is Color Enhancer, which you can find here.

Goolge Chrome Color Enhancer

The idea behind this add-on is to tweak the colors of the browser in order to get around partial color blindness. The process in achieving this is a simple one, and so all you need to do is follow the simple instructions that are given to you.

What is funny is the fact that this add-on is not overly complicated, and so we have to wonder why it has taken so long to be developed? Anyway, let’s not dwell on that too much, because better late then never.

Seeing as though this extension was only released two days ago there are no user reviews, and so we ask that you tell us your thoughts in the comments section below.

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