What is a Browser Extension?
There are various plugins which can be added to any web browser such as Firefox, Safari, Chrome and more. Most of the plugins are free. These browser extensions hunt through various websites and bring the products at the best price with discounts and coupons for every time you shop. 

Some benefits of these tools include cashbacks, tracking down the best promo codes, examining the best discounts available on the web.
What’s more is that these  plugins will provide you with an opportunity to earn extra credits and points on your purchase. 

Browser extensions are capable of tracking some amount of data. That means you should be playing safe before installing it. You can do a detailed research about various browser extensions and choose the most suitable one for the installation. Generally, these plugins are safe; however, the amount of storing and recording of information can still make some users uncomfortable.

Once you install it, you allow the browser extension with the permission to record data such as your browsing habits and online purchases done.
  Re: What is a Browser Extension? by RateX ([align=justify][colo...)
A browser extension is a small software module for customizing a web browser. Browsers typically allow a variety of extensions, including user interface modifications, ad blocking, and cookie management. Browser plug-ins are a separate type of module.

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