Will Chime support "feature X" in the future?

We always love to hear your feedback! We’re constantly working to make Chime have the best user experience possible and that means listening to our users. Drop us a note at support@chimeapp.com.

What sites will show up on my Chime feed?

Today, you have the ability to get notifications from:

  • Gmail
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • LinkedIn
  • Reddit
  • Github
  • Quora
  • Stackoverflow
  • Foursquare
  • Flickr

We’re working hard to include your most frequented sites in your feed and will be adding more sites as soon as we can. If you have a suggestion, let us know!

How much does it cost?

It’s completely free! No reading your private information. No funny business.


How do I set up Chime?

Install the Chime extension for Chrome and watch the magic. It’s that simple.

Do I need to do anything else?

Nope. Just ensure you’re logged-in to your favorite sites and their notifications will start Chiming in.

What browsers does Chime support?

Currently we support Google Chrome.

How do I remove Chime?

  1. Click on the settings icon in Google Chrome
  2. Select Settings
  3. On the left pane, navigate to Extensions
  4. Find Chime and click on the trash icon beside it

We’d really appreciate if you drop us a short note to let us know what you didn’t like and how we can make it better.


Fear not, send us a quick description of the trouble(s) you’re experiencing and we’ll be on it right away.


How does Chime work?

We use your existing browser credentials to gather your information into one place, the Chime feed.

Is my information secure? What about privacy concerns?

Chime is a client-side application. This means that all your information is handled and stored locally, on your own computer. We don’t even own any servers.

Are you guys reading my stuff?

No. Everything you see through Chime never leaves your computer.


I like Chime, can I buy you guys a coffee?

Well, if you insist. Donations are always welcome =).