Open in Chrome Alfred Workflow
Alfred is a great productivity utility that puts many common, often tedious actions at the tip of your keyboard. If you buy the Alfred Powerpack, it’s also user-extensible with Workflows, and you can find lots of them shared in Alfred’s Workflows forum and across the web.

One particularly useful Alfred Workflow is Open current Safari tab in Chrome. As the name states, the current tab you’re viewing will open in Chrome (and, if need be, launch Chrome first). This is useful for everything from testing webpages to make sure they work in multiple browsers to going (mostly) Flash-free.

Once you have Alfred installed, simply download the extension, double-click it, then invoke it while browsing Safari. You can also assign it a hotkey under Alfred Preferences > Workflows.

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