Displays diagnostic and implementation details of any TagMan client implementation on a page.

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What is TagGadget?

TagGadget is a Chrome extension by tagman.development. This extension has 10 weekly active users, a perfect 5.0 rating, and was removed from Chrome Web Store a year ago. The latest version, 1.1.1, was updated 9 years ago.

This extension was removed from Chrome Web Store on 2021-11-19
Stats date:
Users: 10
Rating: 5.00 (2)
Version: 1.1.1 (Last updated: 2014-05-07)
Creation date: 2014-05-07
Manifest version: 2
  • tabs
  • activeTab
  • webRequest
  • http://*/
  • https://*/
Featured: No
Size: 1.33M
Risk impact: High risk impact
Risk likelihood: High risk likelihood
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Inspect TagMan code running on a page. View client information, tags, containers and mapping rules.

New in version 1.1.1:
- Bug fixes
- Sparkles

New in version 1.1:
- Developer mode
- Better support for displaying zero items
- Prettier badges
- Bug fixes
- Rainbows
Risk impact

TagGadget requires a number of risky permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install TagGadget if you trust the publisher.

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Risk likelihood

TagGadget may not be trust-worthy. Avoid installing if possible unless you really trust this publisher.

Risk likelihood measures the probability that a Chrome extension may turn malicious. This is determined by the publisher and the Chrome extension reputation on Chrome Web Store, the amount of time the Chrome extension has been around, and other signals about the Chrome extension. Our algorithms are not perfect, and are subject to change as we discover new ways to detect malicious extensions. We recommend that you always exercise caution when installing a Chrome extension, especially ones with higher risk impact and/or higher risk likelihood.

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The manifest file declares the requirements and permissions that a Chrome extension will have access to. By reviewing the manifest, you may be able to determine if a Chrome extension is over-reaching (for example, if an extension is overriding your new tab page, or search provider, or requesting access to your web activities without any good reason).

  "update_url": "https://clients2.google.com/service/update2/crx",
  "manifest_version": 2,
  "name": "TagGadget",
  "version": "1.1.1",
  "description": "Displays diagnostic and implementation details of any TagMan client implementation on a page.",
  "icons": {
    "16": "images/16.png",
    "48": "images/48.png",
    "128": "images/128.png"
  "page_action": {
    "default_icon": {
      "19": "images/19.png",
      "38": "images/38.png"