Most used Chrome extensions - Entertainment
Find out the most used Chrome Extensions under the Entertainment category in Chrome Web Store
#1. Google Photos
Store, search, and share a lifetime of photos
#2. Google Play
A one-stop shop for all your favorite entertainment.
#3. Kindle Cloud Reader
Kindle Cloud Reader - Read Kindle books in your browser, and shop on Amazon.com.
#4. Spotify - Music for every moment
Spotify - Music for every moment
#5. Video Editor for Chromebook & more: Free app
Editing software for Google Chrome OS, Win & iOS. Easy online movie maker with advanced video creation tools. Install & edit free.
#6. Pixlr Editor
Pixlr Editor is a browser photo editor for all your editing needs. Have full control over your images, including layers and effects.
#7. Videostream for Google Chromecast™
Play your downloaded videos on the Chromecast™ (any file type)
#9. Webcam Toy
Take selfies with your camera using over 80 free fun effects. Save photos to your computer, or share online.
Produce music online with builtin synthesizers, drum machines, effects and samples.
#11. Floating for YouTube™
Always on top Floating Mini Player for YouTube™.
Create, record and share the sounds you create with anyone using SoundCloud, the world's largest community of sound creators.
PicMonkey's photo editing and design tools help you create dazzling images that will wow your social sphere and boost your business.
Crackle streams full-length, uncut blockbuster movies and TV episodes, all free and on demand.
Pixlr-o-matic is a fun photography/darkroom tool that makes it easy to add style to photos using effects, overlays, and borders.
#19. Polarr Photo Editor
The most powerful photo editing tool on Chrome. Works offline.
#20. Voice Recorder
Record a voice using a microphone
#21. Fotor Photo Editor
Chosen by over 200 million, the Fotor online photo editor and designer is easy yet powerful! Dubbed by BBC as the lite Photoshop!
#23. Audio Converter
Convert audio files online from one format into another
#24. Audio Cutter
The easiest way to cut out a piece of music