Automate your web browser. Record and replay repetitious work
*IMPORTANT* breaking change with iMacros for Chrome V8:
iMacros for Chrome used a NPAPI plugin internally to access the file system. And because Chrome extensions can no longer use NPAPI since May 2014 we have to provide the alternative solution - using the new NativeMessaging API of Chrome.
This means the default install of iMacros for Chrome V8 and higher allows you to only store macros in bookmarks.
If you want to store the macros in text files on your hard drive, please install one of these free file access enhancements. You can download them at
If you encounter any problems with iMacros for Chrome, please let us know in our Chrome user forum at http://forum.iopus.com/viewforum.php?f=21
Our forum is also the best place for new feature suggestions :-)
iMacros was designed to automate the most repetitious tasks on the web. If there’s an activity you have to do repeatedly, just record it in iMacros. The next time you need to do it, the entire macro will run at the click of a button! With iMacros, you can quickly and easily fill out web forms, remember passwords, create a webmail notifier, and more. You can keep the macros on your computer for your own use, use them within bookmark sync / Xmarks or share them with others by embedding them on your homepage, blog, company Intranet or any social bookmarking service as bookmarklet. The uses are limited only by your imagination!
Popular uses are as web macro recorder, form filler on steroids and highly-secure password manager (256-bit AES encryption).
Web developers use iMacros for web regression testing, performance testing and web transaction monitoring. It can also be combined with Google Speed Tracer, Firebug and other web development and test tools. XPath support is included.
iMacros can be combined with Greasemonkey style content scripts and the macros can be started via the command line e. g. via the Windows task scheduler, batch files or a Linux cron job.
You can combine iMacros with ad-blocking extensions like AdBlock, FlashBlock and AdThwart to speed up the web browsing.
It does not work in IE Tab, but for IE we have iMacros for Internet Explorer. Screen capture support will be available soon.
Macros recorded with iMacros for Chrome can be replayed in iMacros for IE and iMacros for Firefox without changes! All iMacros versions combined have millions of active users, making it the most popular web browser automation tool.
For more information please see http://wiki.imacros.net/iMacros_for_Chrome
and the active user forum at http://forum.iopus.com/ .