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Top free chrome extensions for photo editing

Here are our picks for the top free chrome extensions for photo editing that should suffice your needs to make your photo perfect.

Chrome extensions are a great way to add tons of functionality to Google’s Chrome and they can offer a versatile set of features which aren’t already present in the browser. One such feature would be a photo editor so you can edit photos on Google Chrome without leaving the itself. However, when we did some digging, we couldn’t find a lot of photo editing chrome extensions available out there.

This is because the development for such photo editor Chrome extensions seem to have slowed down over time. Moreover, not all of them are free meaning some require you to register and pay for the services. Apart from that, those which were free haven’t been updated for the past 2-3 years. Keeping all this aside, we were able to dig out two options which we feel can make it to our top free Chrome extensions for Photo editing, including:


Pixlr Editor is one of the most advanced photo editor chrome extensions available. It comes as close as possible to being a Photoshop alternative in your browser. It has a lot of advanced image editing features and is completely free.

It contains a lot of the features that you normally see in desktop graphic design applications. Tools include red-eye reduction, a spot healing tool, drawing tools, clone tools, sharpen, blur, and many more. On the other hand, Filters include mimic HDR, glamour glow, tilt-shift, Gaussian blur, vignetting, noise, and many others.

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BeFunky Photo Editor

BeFunky photo editor is also a free chrome extension that comes with a lot of image editing options but with a less complicated interface than Pixlr Editor. There are no ads and no registration is necessary for using the photo editor. It has features like A.I. portrait enhancer, text editor with free font options, design templates and a lot more.

However, if you are not interested in trying out Chrome extensions, you can head over to websites such as Canva, Fotor, PicsArt and Adobe to get things done. But do keep in mind that these services are not completely free and will require you to pay for features after a certain extent.

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