Tweets directly from the Chrome Address Bar: The Chrome Address Bar is also called the Omnibox.
The feature of Chrome does much more than opening the addresses you want to visit. You can search, add events to your calendar, and thanks to the Chrome Chromnitweet extension, you can post that you want directly on Twitter.
The process is extremely simple. Once you've installed the Chrome extension into your browser, you'll be prompted to access your Twitter account.
Then you can start publishing tweets directly from the browser address bar by typing at the beginning of the message a simple tw.
The extension will automatically transform the Chrome main address box into a Twitter post box. You will see it as it will automatically appear (by typing tw and leaving a space) like a Chromnitweet tab in the Omnibox.
As you type, the Chromnitweet extension will show you how many characters you have at your disposal.
Chromnitweet will be very useful if you want to simplify Twitter posts by making it directly from the same window where you are reading something.
To see how to install and how to use Chromnitweet, watch the following video:
Download it Chromnitweet