Have you ever thought to yourself, "My web browser doesn't have enough Natitude"? If so, then today is your lucky day! The Washington Nationals have a new browser extension for Chrome/Explorer/Firefox that will give your browser the Natitude it needs to help you watch adult movies and look at cats that don't seem to be very happy.
But wait... Natitude in my browser...something like that must cost upwards of around $4,000!
You are absolutely right, but today (and everyday) is your lucky day. For today only (and everyday) you can have all this Natitude for the low cost of....FREE! Want to find out if this is too good to be true? Read on.
Despite the fact that I hate "skinning" things, I decided for the good of Natstown I would suck it up and download the Natitude browser extension. After all, they said it was free, there was no spyware, and that it would "bring the Nationals to my internet browser".
What they didn't tell me was that there was a small check-box, only visible via Hubble telescope, that had me agree to change my homepage to the Nationals website. A small inconvenience, but I'm already fuming mad that I'm doing this in the first place. This review can't end well.
I'm not sure if you can see it, but that red thing that looks like a toolbar going across the top of the screen, is the Nats browser skin. The reason it looks like a toolbar? BECAUSE ITS A FREAKING TOOLBAR!
This amazing and totally necessary extension lets me do so many awesome tasks that I never knew I could do before. I can go to Nationals.com to read stuff. I can go to Nationals.com to see scores. I can go to Nationals.com to buy tickets. FUN TIMES!
But the greatest thing that the Natitude web browser allows you to do is get that pesky Google out of your life. I'm no longer Googling anything. Instead. I search with Natitude!
That picture below the search bar is so amazing it makes me forget that WebSearch+ is a search engine that nobody in the world uses! And look! More icons of places I never knew I could go. YouTube. YOUTUBE. Awesome!
Note: Those are not branded links. Those are literally just links to the homepages of Twitter/Facebook/YouTube/etc...not the Nats pages.
Well that is my review of the Washington Nationals browser extension. I know I'll be busy enjoying the benefits probably for the rest of my life! Hopefully this has helped you make the decision on 'to download or not to download'! Enjoy!
PS: It was easy to uninstall...not that I did that...
Note: If you want to search with Natitude (does nothing) without downloading things, just go here http://home.brandthunder.com/mlbnationals/