Best Pinterest Plugins of 2022 for Google Chrome.
Pinterest is a great site for bookmarking hidden gems of content, but it’s not always the most convenient app to use when you’re browsing the web and see something worth sharing or collecting for later.
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If you use the Google Chrome browser, you can find a large selection of Pinterest plug-ins (known as browser extensions) in the Chrome Web Store. If you’re not a Chrome user, many of these extensions can also be found in the Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari, and Mozilla Firefox extension stores.
Finding and Installing Chrome Extensions
All of the Pinterest Chrome extensions we highlight here can be found in the Chrome Web Store. You can use the direct link we provided, or you can search for each extension on the storefront.
You need to be logged into both the browser and the online store with your Google account in order to add the extension to your browser. Click the “Add to Chrome” button and the extension will be added to your browser.
You may have to go to Settings > Extensions to enable the extension as not all of them are enabled by default. You can also disable or remove extensions that you no longer need. Extensions can be pinned to the Chrome toolbar for quick access using the puzzle piece icon on the same toolbar.
1. Pinterest Save Button
The Pinterest Save button is the official extension from Pinterest. While browsing the web in Chrome, you can click the button at any time to save ideas, pin images, and cut related content on Pinterest.
The “Save” button is not much to criticize, since its strength is that it focuses on one thing with a laser. This is an essential extension for anyone who likes to create and post on Pinterest, rather than just browsing it.
2. Pinterest Enhanced
Pinterest is a great website, but there are definitely a few things about how it looks and works that could be improved a bit. This is exactly what Pinterest Enhances does. It’s reimagining the Pinterest home page a bit to make it less chaotic.
When you install this extension, Pinterest Enhanced will display all images at a fixed height, creating a perfectly organized grid of images. You will only see output information when you hover your mouse over each image. It also makes it easier to download full-size versions of images and find their sources online.
3. No Pinterest Results
Whether you like Pinterest or not, the site has an annoying tendency to flood Google results with low-quality images and snippets of web pages instead of showing the original content these Pins are based on.
No Pinterest Results is a simple extension that, when activated, prevents Google from showing any results from the site. He does this by simply entering the same search parameters into the Google search bar as you do, but it’s much more convenient to just use the toggle button.
4. Shareaholic for Pinterest
Many websites have built-in “Pin” buttons that allow you to post images to Pinterest while you’re browsing, but there are even more image-heavy sites that don’t offer this convenience.
Shareaholic is an incredibly popular Pinterest extension that allows you to post images from any website to your message boards. It’s perfect for Pinterest users who don’t want to copy web content all the time, but just want to collect images.
5. Promoted Pin Hider
Like most websites that you can use for free, Pinterest uses ads to make money. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with this, but sometimes promoted pins can seem to get in the way of the content you’re actually looking for.
That’s why Promoted Pin Hider is such a handy extension. It doesn’t actually block these Pins, but hides them so you only see the real Pins, not the ones that have been promoted through the payment scheme.
6. Image Downloader
Many of us enjoy browsing Pinterest so we can upload cool community-selected images, but Pinterest doesn’t make it easy to upload images or get the best quality version hosted on the site.
Image Downloader is an extension that works with multiple websites including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. The extension shows you thumbnails for every image it finds on the web page, even the hidden ones. You can quickly select the images you want to download, or just download everything in batches. It’s much faster than right-clicking each image to download it.
7. Pinterest Love: Pinterest Screenshot Saver++
There have been some great Pinterest screenshot extensions over the years, but as with most extensions, they come and go. The good news is that Pinterest Screenshot Saver++ might be the best so far, and it looks like it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.
It offers many features:
List of all images that can be pinned to a page.Remove Pinterest from Google Image results.Save images from any webpage to Pinterest.Night mode for Pinterest. Editing screenshots and commenting.
This is not an exhaustive list, but if you’re only going to install one Pinterest extension, it should be first on your list.
8. Mobile Pinterest for PC/MAC
In fact, Pinterest was never intended to be used on a desktop browser, so working on a PC or Mac may feel a lot less convenient than the Pinterest app for iOS or Android. There are ways to run mobile apps on a PC or Mac, but this extension does pretty much the same thing, using a simple mobile-shaped window that reformats the page to the same configuration as the app.
If you’d rather use Pinterest this way and don’t want to mess around with emulating a mobile app on a desktop system, this simple extension is the best choice.
Pindown is a hugely popular add-on that allows you to save full size images from Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr and Behance. This is a great combination as these websites overlap a lot when it comes to their respective user bases.
PinDown will download your selected images to a local folder on your computer. From there, you can easily download them or use them directly on your computer. One thing that sets it apart from other similar plugins is its support for a wide variety of Pinterest page types. So you can upload from boards, board sections, channel homepage, category pages, and more.
10. Pinterest Palooza
It is a great way to find content, but it’s not always easy to find the source of that content. Pinterest Palooza turns the process of finding the source of a Pin into a one-click process. Just click on the pin thumbnail and you’ll be taken straight to the original site.
If you want to see a Pin Details page instead, this plugin adds it as a button to every Pin. If you hold down the control key, the original page will open in a new tab.
11. Pinterest Tag Helper
This extension is a bit narrower, but if you’re a website owner and want to add a Pinterest tag to your site.
In case you didn’t know, the Pinterest tag is a piece of code that is added to your site’s code. This allows Pinterest to track visitors to your site and what they do there after clicking on your Pinterest ad. It’s important to know if Pinterest ads actually led to the desired behavior, such as clicking on a link to buy a product, signing up for an account, or signing up for a newsletter.
The Pinterest Tag Helper Extension is a small tool that simply checks that you have installed the Pinterest Tag correctly and that it is working as expected. Granted, this is a niche extension, but if you ever advertise on Pinterest, you’ll be interested to know!
12. Pinterest Ranking/Keyword Tool â€“ Pindodo
If you want people to find your Pins, you need to tag them with the right keywords. This is a practice known as SEO or search engine optimization and most serious content creators use a keyword research tool.
This extension from Pindodo makes it easy to access their data and Pinterest ranking tools to make sure you pick the keywords that will get your Pins on the first page of results on Pinterest.
Although this is not a free service. You need to pay for either the monthly Starter plan ($5) or Pro ($20), annual plans are also available. The good news is that you get a 14-day free trial as soon as you sign up, and you don’t have to provide credit card details in advance.
13. Tailwind Publisher
This is another mega-popular extension that has proven to be an invaluable tool for anyone looking to market themselves, their services, or their products on Pinterest. Social media is hard work, especially if you’re trying to do everything manually.
Tailwind offers tools aimed at bloggers, brick-and-mortar stores, influencers, service providers, and a few other categories of users. You can schedule and automate posts on Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram.
The free tier of the service includes managing one profile for each of the three platforms. However, you are limited to 20 posts in all of them per month and only have basic analytics and 20 post designs to choose from. Once you upgrade to one of the paid tiers, these limits become much less.
14. Pinterest Board Name Generator
It’s a somewhat silly Chrome extension, but it turns out that if you’re looking for inspiration for new Pinterest boards, this simple name generator has exactly what you need. Each time you click the button, the extension will show you another random board name. Most of them are complete nonsense, but after a few minutes of clicking, a few ideas seemed very promising. “Naughty Cookies” indeed!
This extension makes it easy to quickly create content to post as a Pinterest Pin. You can create collages from images that are posted as a single image, or quickly capture and share website snapshots.
When you click the collage button, you will be taken to the PinThemAll editor page, where you can see the images extracted from the URL you were viewing. You can make collages for free, but there will be a watermark and a lower resolution than the premium service. For the average casual Pinterest user, we think the free service is fine.
Pinterest is hard work once you get serious about it, but AutoPinner takes away almost all the hassle of posting a lot of content on Pinterest. This extension (and its underlying service) allows you to bulk upload and edit images. Pinterest forces you to edit each Pin individually, but AutoPinner gets around this with a much better workflow.
Another really neat trick is the ability to bulk import images from Instagram, or a quick way to post images to Pinterest while browsing Instagram, and it automatically adds credits for that import. AutoPinner will literally save you dozens of hours every month. The service lets you get started for free, but if you really need to do heavy social media duties on Pinterest, you’ll no doubt want to take a look at their paid options.
17. Photo Zoom
Unfortunately, the popular Pinterest Photo Expander extension is no more, but this easy-to-use Photo Zoom extension does pretty much the same thing. After installing the extension, all you have to do is hover your mouse over the thumbnail on Pinterest (or Facebook and Instagram) and the program will instantly fetch the HD version of the image and display it for you.
Combined with an extensive set of hotkeys, Photo Zoom can make your Pinterest browsing and image collection much more efficient.
The Extension Is Gone!
Depending on when you’re reading this, chances are you’ll get a dreaded 404 error when you click on one of the links listed above. Unfortunately, Chrome extensions have always seen fairly rapid changes, with even popular ones disappearing overnight.
Don’t get too frustrated as there are usually plenty of other options out there that do the same thing. Just search the Chrome Web Store using related keywords and you’ll find something that suits you in seconds.
Best Pinterest Plugins of 2022 for Google Chrome
Best Pinterest Plugins of 2022 for Google Chrome