The extension adds an icon to the browser’s upper-right corner, just like TwitchLive. All live channels will be displayed by clicking the icon.
You can also get notifications when a channel goes live and filter channels based on games. You can also view the top channels.
WeChat is a popular Twitch chat extension. It helps you not miss any chat messages. This is common in streams with too many users.
This extension lets you re-watch the video stream that you missed using the chat messages. It also allows you to recreate your viewing experience. WeChat makes it easy to catch up on the most important Twitch moments.
WeChat extension can be installed and used in a matter of minutes. Install it on your Chrome browser and go to Twitch to start re-watching streams live.
Streamers that aren’t partnered with Twitch streamers have the opportunity to create emoticons and share them with their followers via chat.
However, the FrankerFaceZ chrome browser extension for Twitch (FFZ), allows you to still create custom emotes that you and your followers can enjoy.
You can also share the emotes via FrankerFace’s public librarian.
FFZ extension offers more features than just creating custom emotes. It also blocks unwanted features from the Twitch interface and allows for group chats.
6. Plays. tv
Another Chrome extension that is highly recommended for Twitch is Plays. tv. This extension lets you capture the highlights of top Twitch moments and share them on Plays. tv’s public library.
You can share clips from the library with other social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.
7. Twitch Giveaways
Twitch Giveaways is a great extension for new users and/or those looking to increase their user base.
This extension adds a giveaway to all chats on your channel (both embedded and popped out).
This will allow you to give away prizes to users and encourage them to subscribe to your channel.
A giveaway system will encourage new viewers to visit your stream.
8. Twitch Tracker
Are there multiple Twitch channels you follow? It can be difficult to keep track of all the channels manually.
Twitch Tracker makes it easy to find out when your favorite channels go live. This extension displays a visual notification in your interface that changes when a channel goes live.
You can also choose to receive desktop notifications. This is useful when you are multitasking.
It is intuitive and easy to use, with no advertisements or attempts to access sensitive or personal data.
9. Twitch Favorites
It can be difficult to pay attention to all the chat messages of every user once your channel has attracted enough people.
Twitch Favorites allows you to follow all chat messages from your favorite Twitch users.
This extension lets you set custom colors for your favorite users’ usernames. It makes it easy to track their messages.
You can also see their messages in real-time during chats. This helps you to not miss them.
Twitch Favorites extension is also very helpful if you are a viewer of other streamers’ channels.
10. Unwanted Twitch
You can block certain people from engaging in Twitch conversations using the basic interface.
If you want to block content that you don’t like, you can block the entire channel/game. Unwanted Twitch extension is a better option.
This extension allows you to only block streams that you don’t wish to use, allowing you to enjoy the rest of the content.
A basic Twitch interface is only good enough to stream on. Twitch extensions allow you to add more functionality that will enhance your channel and make it more engaging for viewers.
You will also have a better experience viewing content from other streamers with the extension.
These extensions are available for Chrome browsers. They are sure to provide you with the most functionality.