How to Add Chrome Extensions To Android

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Google Chrome is undoubtedly one of the best Web Browsers available in the market. Be it Android or PC, Google Chrome has been the first choice of millions of users. Google’s open-source Chromium browser is base for many web browsers which are not developed by Google. Such includes, but not limited to, Microsoft Edge for Windows, Brave Browser, and Opera. Though the base is the same for all these browsers they can be widely different in terms of features. Two features that are missing on nearly every Chromium-based browser for Android are bookmark and history syncing with Google and support for Chrome extensions. Well, I am not sure what’s holding others to bring Google Chrome extensions to their respective browsers on Android. An XDA Senior Member arnaud42, the developer of Kiwi Browser, has successfully added Chrome Extensions to the latest version of Kiwi Browser.

Kiwi is a very light and fast Chromium-based browser.  The browser has a built-in dark theme, ad blocker, bottom address bar, edge history swipe gesture, reachability button, and many more under-the-hood improvements. Now, it has added Chrome Extensions to it as well. Therefore, the people who were looking for ways to download and add Chrome Extensions to Android will definitely opt for Kiwi Browser. So, if you were looking to add Chrome Extensions to Android this is your answer.

How to Add Chrome Extensions to Android

  • First, you need to download and install the latest version of Kiwi Brower from here.
  • Once, you have installed the browser open it and enter chrome://extensions in the address bar.
  • Enable developer mode. (If it doesn’t show up, you may need to reload the tab.)
  • Now, Navigate to the Chrome store on desktop mode.
  • Pick the Chrome Extension you were looking for.
  • Install it.

That’s it! It’s that simple to add chrome extensions to Android. However, don’t expect each and every extension to work on your Android Kiwi Brower. Be realistic, and try different extensions. Keep the ones which work perfectly.