From Firefox to Chrome, every browser supports toolbars. Why? It is simple. Because toolbars don’t let these browsers die. Toolbars are known to provide added functionality to the user, which a browser may not include. Although browsers are necessary to access internet, the existence of toolbar is important for accessing the internet “fast”. It helps save time and enables users to keep the frequently used applications handy. With a few examples, we will understand how toolbars help to browse quickly.
We’ll take Facebook’s example first. When Facebook was launched it had limitations. Facebook evolved, and today it is the top social networking website in the world mainly due to its user-friendliness. Even Facebook engaged in Toolbar development, which enabled users to like, comment, post and view notifications with just a click. This enabled users to have access to Facebook irrespective of the browser activity.
Another example is StumbleUpon, which has recently revamped its design and added a few key features to its platform. One of the key elements that the site launched is the toolbar support, which is similar to what Facebook allowed to do. StumbleUpon has added toolbars that make the task of like, dislike and share easy for users.
So, why are top companies keen about launching toolbars for their applications? Why are toolbar development companies making profit? The reason is simple, quick browsing. Toolbar is a piece of software that resides on your browser top. The applications in the toolbar are in the form of button and textboxes, which occupies very less space. It provides shortcut to the actual application, so that the user can launch or directly use the application quickly.
Custom toolbar development is more beneficial than web application-specific toolbars. Toolbar developers have the liberty of adding as many applications as a user desires on the custom developed toolbar. Generally, corporate prefer have custom toolbar developed due to the diversity of applications they with.
Toolbar development is a boon for users that are involved in a multitude of things at a time.