The party is moving.... Announcing End of Life for the Chrome Extension

Google has announced that they will stop supporting plugins written with the "V2 Manifest". I have decided not to rewrite the StretchClock plugin to support the new version.


When will it be disabled?

Google will begin disabling Manifest V2 extensions in as early as June 2024, in Chrome 127 and later. Some users will see Manifest V2 extensions automatically disabled in their browser and will no longer be able to install Manifest V2 extensions from the Chrome Web Store.

Google will gradually roll out this change, so you may be able to use it after June 2024 but no guarantees from Google.

You don't have to do anything now. When your browser gets the update, StretchClock will just stop reminding you to stretch. If you want to, you can find instructions to remove StretchClock Chrome Extension here.  


I love StretchClock, what are my options?

StretchClock is not going away, you can still take your 1-minute vacations:


Windows App

I will continue supporting and adding new features to the Windows App. It has all the same great features of the Chrome Extension and a few extra benefits. I encourage you to switch to that version when the Chrome version stops working. More information about the StretchClock Windows App

Web Reminder

If you don't use Windows, you can use the StretchClock Web Reminder


Premium Member Refunds

If you don't want to use the Windows App or the Web Reminder, I understand. Remember, I am only happy if you are happy. Contact me and I can cancel your membership and give you a pro-rated refund for the remaining months of your membership.


Thank you for your support. I hope you enjoy our time Stretching together,

Shane Gildnes

Founder, Coder, Janitor.

StretchClock LLC 





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