Photolive Chrome Extension For Android

Photolive Chrome Extension For Android

We’re excited to announce the release of our newest Photolive Chrome Extension for Android. This extension is designed to give you more flexibility in your photo editing process by allowing you to edit your photos directly from your camera roll.

With the Photolive Chrome Extension for Android, you can tap on any photo in your gallery and edit it right away without having to save anything or transfer it somewhere else first. The extension is available now in the Chrome Web Store, so check out this page to learn more about how it works.

Photolive Chrome Extension For Android

The desktop version of Google Chrome supports extensions that help improve productivity and the web browsing experience. Unfortunately, Google Chrome users on Android don’t get the same treatment. This is because Google doesn’t provide a way to add Chrome extensions to its mobile browser.

But there are several workarounds to this. An easy way is to use a third-party Chromium-based browser, like Kiwi Browser or Yandex. This guide shows you how to install Chrome extensions on Android using Kiwi Browser.

How to Add Chrome Extensions on Android Using Kiwi Browser

How you can install Chrome extensions on Android? - Gizbot News

Kiwi Browser is a web-browsing application that supports Chrome extensions on Android. The browser installs fast and loads up quickly. Here are steps to add Chrome extensions on Android using Kiwi Browser.

  1. Download Kiwi Browser, which is free from the Play Store. Make sure it’s the latest version; otherwise, sideload the app’s latest release. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to sideload apps on Android.
  2. Launch the browser. Tap the three dots in the top-right corner and select Extensions.
  3. Switch on the toggle button in the upper right corner to enable Developer Mode.3 ImagesLaunch Kiwi BrowserSelect Extensionsenable-developer-mode
  4. Now enter in the URL bar to access the Chrome Web Store on mobile.
  5. Select the extensions you want to add from the Chrome Web Store, and an Install button will appear next to the extension. Alternatively, use the browser’s address bar to search for an extension by name.
  6. Once you find the extension, select Add to Chrome. A message will pop up asking if you wish to confirm your choice. Hit OK to install the extension in the Android browser.3 ImagesKiwi's Chrome Web StoreInstall Todoist for ChromeAdd Todoist for Chrome


To manage the extensions on the browser, hit the three dots in the upper-right corner. Then, select Extensions to access a catalog of installed extensions you can disable, update, or remove with a few taps.

Your Chrome extensions should install on Android, but there’s no guarantee all of them will work. This is because Google Chrome extensions aren’t optimized for Android devices.

Just like Kiwi, Yandex Browser is Chromium-based and supports Chrome extensions on Android devices. Plus, the instructions are basically the same as the ones for Kiwi Browser. Besides Yandex and Kiwi, there are a variety of unique Android browsers that you may want to try.

Best Chrome Extensions for Android

Chrome extensions can help you do things like save passwords, create a to-do list, and check your spelling as you type. Here’s a list of some Chrome mobile add-ons to try.


With LastPass, you won’t need to remember usernames and passwords to login into an online account. All you need to remember is the one master password you use to access your LastPass vault.

LastPass helps you create different strong passwords for different sites and store them locally in an encrypted vault. The extension also saves you time by automatically filling online forms and logins as required.

Want to get started using a password manager? Here’s how to use a password manager on Android.

Download: LastPass (Free)

Evernote Web Clipper

Evernote Web Clipper allows you to quickly clip entire web pages or chunks of text for later reading. You can use the tool to highlight important information with text or visual callouts.

The extension supports unique formats that you can clip from sites like Amazon and YouTube. Plus, you can easily access the saved items and share them with others via email.

Download: Evernote Web Clipper (Free)

Google Scholar Button

Google Scholar is a Google search engine that’s limited to scholarly work. The tool allows you to find and cite sources of text on the web or in your university library. All you need to do is search inside the box that pops up when you tap on the icon for the extension.

Download: Google Scholar Button (Free)


Grammarly is a real-time spell and grammar-checker tool for online writing. It vets your spelling, grammar, and punctuation as you write and has a dictionary function that suggests related words. The tool works with Google Docs, Gmail, LinkedIn, and almost everywhere else you find yourself writing.

Download: Grammarly (Free)


If you’re looking for a Chrome extension to help you list and remember to finish your task, then Todoist might be it. Todoist allows you to collaborate with teams as well as remind you of projects listed on your calendar.

You can also save articles in Todoist, add a website as an assignment, and even turn a Gmail letter into a task! To add a site as an assignment, tap Add website as a task, and the extension will save the page URL so you can go back to it later.

To quickly add tasks, highlight any text on a page, right-click, and tap Add to Todoist. Hit the Todoist icon to see all your Todoist task lists.

Can’t stay focused working from home? Check out our list of best apps to help you stay focused.

chrome extensions on mobile

Now that we’ve covered a bit about why you’d want to use extensions on Android, and the key difference between Chrome on PC and Chrome on Android, let’s get into the actual steps you need to take to install Chrome extensions on your Android device.

Step 1: Download New Browser
First, you’ll have to download a new chromium browser that is able to access the Chrome Webstore and install extensions. To do this, you can go into your Play Store and download one of the browsers mentioned above. Yandex seems to be one of the favorites, especially when it comes to also using Chrome extensions.

Step 2: Make the New Browser Your Default
Once the new browser has been downloaded and installed on your Android device, you need to make it the default browser. Open the phone settings on your Android device and tap on ‘Apps and Notifications’. Next, tap on ‘Advanced’ and then tap on ‘Default App’.

Step 3: Go to the Chrome Webstore
Now you can go into your new browser and type in to go to the Chrome Webstore.

chrome extensions on android

Step 4: Search for the Extension
In the search bar, type the name of the extension you want. You can also search for the type of extension you want if you don’t know the exact name. Once you see the extension you’d like in the search results, you can click on it to get more information and proceed with installing it should you wish to.

Step 5: Install the Extension
Click on the extension in the search results; you will be taken to a page with more information and reviews of the extension. If you want to download it, tap on ‘Install’ at the bottom of the page. Once the extension has been installed on your Android device, it will automatically be added to your browser.

Tip: Be aware that not all extensions will work on your new browser. There are still limitations to the types of Chrome extensions that will work on your mobile device. However, there are a few that generally work well. This might take some trial and error to find the right mobile Chrome extensions.

Install the Extension

Steps to Remove Chrome Extensions on Android
Since there is a bit of trial-and-error with Chrome extensions on Android devices, you may have to remove extensions after installing them. This could be because they don’t work on your device, or perhaps they don’t do what you hoped they would. Here are the steps to disable and remove extensions and add-ons.

Step 1: Open Your Browser
Open your browser that has the extensions or add-ons you want to remove.

Step 2: Open Your Browser Settings
Now, tap on your browser settings. This is usually represented by three vertical dots.

Step 3: Navigate to Your Extension
Once in your browser’s settings, tap on ‘Add-ons and Themes’ or similar (this title may vary between different browsers) and then tap on ‘Extensions’.

Navigate to Your Extension

Step 4: Disable Extensions
Scroll through the list of installed extensions until you find the one you want to disable or remove. If you want to disable the extension, you can tap on the toggle.

Step 5: Remove Extension
If you want to completely remove the extension, you’ll need to tap on the three vertical dots next to the extension and then select ‘Remove’.

Bottom Line
Having access to your favorite Chrome extensions on Android can make all the difference between an ok browsing experience and a great one. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to do this with your Chrome browser. Luckily there are many other chromium browsers such as Yandex or Firefox that allow you to install Android Chrome add-ons.


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