Project Naptha

Project Naptha

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Project Naptha is available to install from Chrome Web Store and for download from this page. It has 400,000+ active users The latest version is 0.9.5, and it was published 2 years ago.

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Total download count: 129 (Only count downloads from Chrome-Stats)
All available versions

You can find the current and older versions of Project Naptha here. You can download the archived versions or inspect their source codes.

As a free user, you can only download the latest version.

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1 versions available for download.
How to install Project Naptha from a CRX file
Option 1: The easy way (for Windows users only)
  1. Download and run chrome-stats.exe file on your PC. This method will allow you to install Chrome extensions directly from chrome-stats.com in one click. You only need to do this once!
  2. Type in chrome://restart in the URL bar to restart the browser for the changes to take effect.
  3. Download and install the Project Naptha CRX file
Option 2: Advanced method
  1. Download Project Naptha CRX file
  2. NOTE: Sometimes the browser may block downloading / installing CRX file from outside the Chrome Web Store. If so, you may need to use option 1, or download the ZIP file instead.
  3. In the URL bar, go to chrome://extensions
  4. Enable Developer mode
  5. Drag and drop the downloaded Project Naptha CRX file into the Extensions page
  6. When prompted, click Add extension to install Project Naptha.
How to install Project Naptha from a ZIP file
  1. Download and unpack the Project Naptha ZIP file to a directory of your choice.
  2. In Chrome browser, go to chrome://extensions
  3. Enable Developer mode.
  4. Click on the Load Unpacked button.
  5. Select the directory of with the unpacked Project Naptha ZIP file from step 1. Project Naptha is now installed on your browser.
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